Congress: Accusations Subcommittee will see complaints against Pedro Castillo and Dina Boluarte this Friday

Congress: Accusations Subcommittee will see complaints against Pedro Castillo and Dina Boluarte this Friday

The final report on the Pedro Castillo case was presented by Popular Action congressman Wilson Soto more than a month ago and recommends that the head of Status of the exercise of public office for a period of five years for the alleged crime of treason.

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Congress: Accusations Subcommittee will see complaints against Pedro Castillo and Dina Boluarte this Friday

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The Subcommittee on Constitutional Accusations of Congress meets this Friday from 11 in the morning and has on its agenda the constitutional complaints against the president Pedro Castillo (final report), for alleged treason to the motherland; and against Vice President Dina Boluarte (report on the determination of facts and relevance of evidence).

The final report of the Pedro Castillo case was presented by the Popular Action congressman, Wilson Soto Palacios, on August 8 and recommends that the Head of State be disqualified from exercising public office for a period of five years for the alleged crime of treason.

According to the document, Castillo Terrones would have violated articles 32, 54, 110, 118 subsections 1, 2 and 11 of the Political Constitution of Peru.

< p itemprop="description" class="story-contents__font-paragraph">“Appreciating that the highest representative of the republic through his statements demonstrated his intention to transgress the mandate of the Fundamental Charter, it is concluded and recommended: Charge by political trial the investigated José Pedro Castillo Terrones, in his capacity as President of the Republic, for violation of articles 32, 54, 110, 118 subsections 1, 2 and 11 of the Political Constitution of Peru; and, in accordance with article 100 of the Magna Carta, we propose that the sanction of disqualification for five years from the exercise of public function be imposed”, indicates the congressman.

The complaint is promoted by a group of opposition congressmen after an interview that the president granted to the international network CNN en Español last January.

Before the journalist Fernando del Rincón, Castillo said that he could ask the people if there is a possibility of giving Bolivians a maritime route. Due to the international scandal, he backed down and later apologized in an interview with the newspaper La Noticia.

Congress: Subcommittee-on-accusations will see complaints against Pedro Castillo this Friday and Dina Boluarte

These are the conclusions of the report against Pedro Castillo

Dina Boluarte Case

In the case of Dina Boluarte, it is pending the report of the rapporteur of the case, the legislator Edgar Reymundo. The vice president is being questioned for having taken steps for the benefit of a private association, the Apurímac Departmental Club, when she was already Minister of State and vice president.

The vice president and minister has acknowledged that she signed documents of said entity when she was already in public office. He is also accused of an alleged omission in his affidavit of interests by not including his brother-in-law Alfredo Pezo Paredes, who registers contracts with the State.

El Comercio specified that according to the complaints, Boluarte would have violated articles 38 and 126 of the Constitution. He is also charged with the alleged commission of the crimes of omission, refusal or delay of functional acts and incompatible negotiation or improper use of the position.

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