José Domingo Pérez on Mark Vito: “If you decide to leave Peruvian territory, there is no measure that prevents it”

José Domingo Pérez on Mark Vito: “If you decide to leave Peruvian territory, there is no measure that prevents it”

A member of the Lava Jato Case Special Team recalled that the Judiciary decided not to issue an impediment to leaving the country against Keiko Fujimori's still-husband.

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    José; Domingo Pérez on Mark Vito: “If he decides leave Peruvian territory, there is no measure that prevents it & rdquo ;

    Prosecutor Domingo Pérez is in charge of the investigations into the Cocktails case and spoke after the announcement of the end of the marriage between Keiko Fujimori and Mark Vito. (Photo: GEC)

    The prosecutor José Domingo Pérez, of the Special Case Team Lava Jato affirmed that if Mark Vito Villanella decides to leave Peru, there is no measure that prevents him from doing so, after his wife, the leader of Fuerza Popular, < /b>Keiko Fujimori, will announce the end of her marriage.

    Speaking to Canal N, he pointed out that the prosecution maintained the risk of flight in the case of the still-husband of Fujimori Higuchi, but the Judiciary decided not to issue an impediment to leave the country.

    The prosecution he argued (risk of escape from Mark Vito) and the Judiciary was of the opinion that there was no such danger regarding his leaving the country. If Mr. Mark Vito decides to leave Peruvian territory, there is no measure that prevents it. The prosecution in the accusation has requested the ban with restricted appearance for Mark Vito”, he said.

    “When will that part of the indictment be discussed? When the Judiciary establishes the means so that the hearings can be carried out quickly, in person, that we are not in trouble with the internet, that it is cut off, that the judge does not receive the information due to a bad signal” , he limited.

    José Domingo Pérez on Mark Vito: “If you decide to leave Peruvian territory, there is no measure that prevent it”

    Statements by the prosecutor José Domingo Pérez after the announcement of the end of the marriage between Keiko Fujimori and Mark Vito Villanella. (Video: Canal N)

    Asked as to whether he will request an exit ban against the husband of Keiko Fujimori, the prosecutor recalled that the This measure is raised in the accusation of the Public Ministry and if it does not advance in its review, it is due to the decision of the Judicial Power to maintain virtual and non-face-to-face hearings.

    “We have practically returned to all social activities and the Judiciary does not want to return to face-to-face activity, because it worries those of us who have to deal with important and emblematic cases”, he stressed.

    In this sense, Pérez Gómez emphasized that until the coercive measures are discussed at the end of the accusation control stage, it will not be possible to establish a measure that would root Mark Vito Villanella in Peruvian territory.

    Finally, after the announcement of the < b>end of the marriage between Keiko Fujimori and the American, the prosecutor José Domingo Pérez pointed out that the Judiciary will have to evaluate the family and home roots of both.

    “Regarding what they alleged about family, home roots, it is definitely changing and that will have to be evaluated by the judge when the arguments have to be supported. coercive, precautionary measures, with which both are going to go to trial”, he stated.

    “We are going to be aware of the defense position that they are going to adopt and about that the prosecution is going to have to issue a statement or argument ntation already in the development of the criminal process ”, he sentenced.