Commissioner Jose Bergouignan, left, and Vice Mayor Jose M. Díaz, center, were among the elected officials who voted not to ratify Plácido Díaz as the permanent Sweetwater police chief, while Commissioner Manuel Duasso, right, voted to keep Díaz as chief.
Commissioner Jose Bergouignan, left, and Vice Mayor Jose M. Díaz, center, were among the elected officials who voted not to ratify Plácido Díaz as the permanent Sweetwater police chief, while Commissioner Manuel Duasso, right, voted to keep Díaz as chief. REBECA PICCARDO MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Commissioner Jose Bergouignan, left, and Vice Mayor Jose M. Díaz, center, were among the elected officials who voted not to ratify Plácido Díaz as the permanent Sweetwater police chief, while Commissioner Manuel Duasso, right, voted to keep Díaz as chief. REBECA PICCARDO MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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