Fernando Vivas: “The new prosecutor of the Nation will continue the investigation against Pedro Castillo because the institutions are above the people” | VIDEO COLUMN

Fernando Vivas: “The new prosecutor of the Nation will continue the investigation against Pedro Castillo because the institutions are above the people” | VIDEO COLUMN

In his video column “Cuéntame Otra” this Tuesday, Fernando Vivas refers to the election of the new National Prosecutor, Patricia Benavides, and the continuity of the investigations against President Pedro Castillo

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Fernando Vivas: “The new prosecutor of the Nation The investigation against Pedro Castillo will not continue because the institutions are above the people & rdquo; | VIDEO COLUMN

While institutions such as the presidency have deteriorated due to the people who occupy them, others maintain democratic continuity #VideosEC

In his column “Tell me another”, Fernando Vivas refers to the election of the new National Prosecutor, Patricia Benavides, and the continuity of the investigations that his predecessor, Pablo Sánchez, opened against President Pedro Castillo for the alleged crime of criminal organization, influence peddling and collusion.

Vivas points out that “it was foreseeable that Pablo Sánchez would not last long as head of the Public Ministry because he was temporarily waiting for there to be new supreme prosecutors from which to choose” the new head of the institution.

“I have no doubt that this decision (to investigate Pedro Castillo) will continue because his background includes having investigated officials and having formed teams that revealed cases like The White Necks and La Switchboard “, he continues.

According to Vivas, “in a country where we complain about great mistrust of institutions”, “we are seeing such as the National Prosecutor's Office, the Judiciary, the Armed Forces and the JNE (which suffers tremendously from many criticisms), maintain the possibility of having democratic continuity.”