Immigration record shows six trips abroad by first lady. Benji Espinoza, also a lawyer for President Pedro Castillo, also announces an appeal in the González case
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President Pedro Castillowill appeal the decision of the supreme judge Jorge Checkley, who rejected the appeal for legal protection in which he requested to annul the investigation that the National Prosecutor's Office opened against him for the removal of the Minister of the Interior, Mariano González.< /p>
This was reported by his lawyer Benji Espinoza to El Comercio, stating that this Thursday they will submit their brief so that a Chamber Supreme review Judge Checkley Soria's decision.
The defense of the head of state questioned the taking of González's statement without the presence of Castillo's lawyers. For this reason, they indicated, the principles of procedural legality, legal certainty and the right of defense had been violated by opening an investigation for the crimes of personal concealment and criminal organization.
However, Judge Checkley considered that the taking of the statement by the National Prosecutor's Office can be considered a “preliminary investigation” before deciding to open an investigation or not.
This is the second protection of law -in the first instance- that was rejected to Castillo and his defense who have questioned the investigations that are being carried out in the Office of the Prosecutor of the Nation.
In July, Judge Chackely had already rejected the tutela they filed for annulling the suspension of the investigation against Castillo Terrones for the Puente Tarata Case and continuing the proceedings with the acting president.
Passport delivery still evaluated
On the other hand, Espinoza Ramos indicated that they have not yet delivered the passport of the first lady Lilia Paredes, since they are waiting to be notified with the requirement of the impediment to leave the country for 36 months formulated by the Special Team Against the Corruption of Power.
As is recalled, days ago, the lawyer assured that last Monday he would go to the Prosecutor's Office to deliver said document as a sample of collaboration and a sign that the president's wife will not elope.
“We have not delivered at the moment (the passport). We are waiting for the requirement of impediment to leave the country to be able to take actions based on that,” Espinoza said.
On August 19, Thepresident Pedro Castillo assured that his wife was willing “in the next few hours” to hand over her passport if an impediment to leave the country was requested.
“Today, surely, they want to mount some request for an impediment to leave the country of my wife. I must tell you that she is willing in the next few hours to hand over her own passport to show that she is not going to leave the country at any time and has to submit, not only to justice, but also to prove her innocence,” he said. last week.
The first lady Lilia Paredes is being investigated for the alleged crime of criminal organization when she is accused by the Prosecutor's Office of being the “coordinator” of the criminal network to “make possible, finance and speed up” the works in different entities of the subnational governments, to through his sister Yenifer Paredes; and with the permission of her husband, the President of the Republic Pedro Castillo.
According to the immigration record of Lilia Paredes Navarro, she has carried out six trips abroad and since her husband, Pedro Castillo, assumed the presidency of the country.
His last trip was to the United States; and before that to Ecuador, Chile, Brazil, Colombia and Panama.
Immigration record of the first lady Lilia Paredes.