LIVE: PJ evaluates impediment to leave the country against Geiner Alvarado

LIVE: PJ evaluates impediment to leave the country against Geiner Alvarado

Prosecutor requests that he not be allowed to leave the country for 36 months. Geiner Alvarado is being investigated as the alleged operator of a criminal organization headed by President Pedro Castillo.

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LIVE: PJ evaluates impediment to leaving the country against Geiner Alvarado

Geiner Alvarado was censored by Congress. President Pedro Castillo has not yet appointed his replacement in the MTC/

The Judiciary evaluates, since 10 in the morning, the Prosecutor's request for 36 months to prevent him from leaving the country against the former Minister of Transport and Communications, Geiner Alvarado López, investigated as an alleged operator of a criminal organization headed by President Pedro Castillo.

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The Public Ministry requested this measure to protect the investigation, shortly after Congress censured Alvarado, for the alleged irregular acts he committed when he was Minister of Housing, Construction and Sanitation.

The former Minister of Housing is being investigated for the alleged crime of criminal organization, together with Castillo, for allegedly having arranged for officials and businessmen to benefit from projects tendered in the Municipality of Anguía (Chota, Cajamarca). ), Chachapoyas (Amazonas) and other locations.

Last week , after knowing the tax request, Alvarado's lawyer, Percy Ipanaqué, announced that they will comply with the requirement of impediment to leave the country.

The On Saturday the 17th, it was learned that Geiner Alvarado had renounced having the police protection that corresponds to him as a member of the Executive's Cabinet. In the document, both the censored minister and PNP Major Segundo Tarrillo Pérez, head of the State Security Subunit, sign the waiver of having security personnel.

The document where the security service is discarded was signed at 8:10 a.m. but, at 10 a.m. On the same day, the same people sign another document in which it is established that the police personnel will once again protect Geiner Alvarado.