The Ministry of the Interior is offering 30 thousand soles for anyone who provides information on Pacheco's whereabouts.
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The former Secretary General of the Presidential Office, Bruno Pacheco, sent a message of encouragement to the Peruvian National Team on his social networks, despite the fact that he is currently a fugitive from justice Peruvian and is included in the Rewards Program of the Ministry of the Interior.
“Come on guys, we are one step away from qualifying for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. We will beat the Australian team with determination and heart in the playoffs,” he wrote on his Twitter account.
< p itemprop="description" class="story-contents__font-paragraph">Your message is broadcast a few minutes before the start of the match between Peru and Australia for the playoffs to the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
The Ministry of the Interior offers up to 30 thousand soles as a reward for anyone who reports on the whereabouts of Pacheco Castillo, who is being investigated for influence peddling, among other alleged crimes .
The former secretary of the Presidential Office has been a fugitive since his preliminary arrest for the Puente Tarata Case at the end of of March. Today he has a 24-month preventive detention order.
On May 10, the Second Criminal Appeals Chamber of the Superior Court of Justice of Lima confirmed the preventive detention order applied to Bruno Pacheco, establishing this in 24 months.
As you remember, the questioned former secretary gained notoriety after it was discovered that he had kept US$ 20,000 in a bathroom cabinet of his office.
Among the people close to President Pedro Castillo who are also fugitives are his nephews, Fray Vásquez Castillo and Gian Marco Castillo Gómez; as well as the former Minister of Transport and Communications, Juan Silva.