Lilia Paredes: PJ reschedules hearing on exit impediment

Lilia Paredes: PJ reschedules hearing on exit impediment

At the beginning of the session, the investigated Lilia Paredes accredited herself before Judge Raúl Justiniano and recorded that her current residence is in the Government Palace. The Prosecutor's Office requested 36 months of impediment to leave the country not only for the first lady, but also for her brothers Walter and David Paredes Navarro and businessman Hugo Espino, who accepted a sincere confession.

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Lilia Paredes: PJ reschedules hearing on exit impediment

Lilia Paredes is being investigated for the alleged crimes of money laundering and criminal organization

Judge Raúl Justiniano rescheduled the hearing called for this Thursday in which he will evaluate the prosecutor's request for a 36-month ban on leaving the country and other restrictive measures against the first lady Lilia Paredes , investigated along with three of her brothers for the alleged crimes of money laundering and criminal organization.

The same request to appear with restrictions reaches his brothers Walter and David Paredes Navarro and businessman Hugo Espino, who accepted a sincere confession.

At the beginning of the session, both prosecutor Jorge García Juárez and the first lady's lawyer, Benji Espinoza, requested the rescheduling. Then the investigated Lilia Paredes, as well as the other defendants, accredited herself before the judge and recorded that her current residence is in the Government Palace.

In addition, the magistrate indicated that the procedure must be carried out in person on August 31 at 8:30 in the morning . However, the prosecutor requested that it be held the following day: September 1.

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As revealed on Monday by this newspaper, the Special Team of Prosecutors against Corruption indicates that the wife of President Pedro Castillo was the coordinator of the alleged criminal organization in the Government, dedicated to the irregular delivery of public works.

Last week, the president himself assured that the first lady was going to hand over her passport to the authorities. Yesterday, Wednesday, Benji Espinoza, the presidential couple's lawyer, told El Comercio that they were still evaluating carrying out this procedure.

Lilia Paredes: PJ reschedules hearing on exit-impediment

Mayor of Anguía and Pedro Castillo's sister-in-law they could receive 36 months of pre-trial detention. (Photo: Capture of the Judiciary)

They would also be part of that criminal network, which would be led by the president, Yenifer Paredes, sister of the first lady, accused as the “lobbyist” and the mayor of Anguía, José Nenil Medina, designated as the “teller”.

For both investigated, the prosecution requests 36 months of preventive detention and the decision will be announced this Friday by the Judiciary.