The parliamentarian arrived accompanied by his lawyer, who claimed that due process had been violated in the plenary session.
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Freddy Díaz went to the Public Ministry this Thursday. (Photo: GEC)
Congressman Freddy DíazHe appeared this Thursday before the Public Ministry to provide statements as part of the investigations in which he has been accused of the alleged crime of rape against a worker in his office.
The legislator goes to the National Prosecutor's Office one day after he was suspended for 120 days by vote of the plenary session of Congress and thus approving the report of the Ethics Commission that proposed this sanction.
The parliamentarian, expelled from the Alliance for Progress bench after the complaint against him, did not provide answers to the press when asked about other members of Congress who would have been with him drinking liquor before the rape was committed. p>
Freddy Díaz went to the prosecution this Thursday. (Canal N)
The person who gave statements in this regard was Díaz's lawyer, Lizeth Garrido, who assured that due process and the right to defense would have been affected of the suspended parliamentarian.
“We presented the arguments that the members of the Ethics Commission who had participated in the events should not have voted on ”, he assured when detailing that there were two Ethics parliamentarians among the nine who were with Díaz on the day of the events.
“The Ethics Commission never asked for the names of the nine congressmen and in yesterday's session it was never asked. We even consider that due process and the right to defense have been violated […] I know the names but I am not authorized to do so (provide them)”, replied the lawyer.