The Permanent Supreme Criminal Chamber declared unfounded the appeal of the Popular Action parliamentarian investigated by the prosecution as part of a group called “The Children” that
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Congressman Darwin Espinoza (Popular Action) is investigated by the prosecution.
The Permanent Supreme Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court confirmed the impediment to leave the country for nine months for Popular Action (AP) congressman Darwin Espinoza, investigated by the Office of the Attorney General for allegedly having joined the so-called group 'The Children' according to businesswoman Karelim López, subjected to an effective collaboration process.
According to El Comercio, the Supreme Court declared “unanimously unfounded” the appeal that the parliamentarian presented, on July 13, against the resolution issued in the first instance by Supreme Judge Juan Checkley.
Sources from the Judiciary confirmed to this newspaper that the resolution had already been signed and issued by the Permanent Supreme Criminal Chamber and that the result of the vote was officially published.
“A vote has already been taken, the prohibition against leaving the country issued against the man has already been confirmed,” the sources indicated.
Espinoza Vargas is being investigated for the crime of influence peddling to the detriment of the State, for allegedly having operated in conjunction with an alleged criminal organization led by President Pedro Castillo.
The court was made up of the supreme judges César San Martín Castro, María Altabas Kajatt de Milla, Iván Sequeiros Vargas, Erazmo Coaguila Chavez and Norma Carbajal Chavez.
This Journal tried to collect the version of the defense sa of Congressman Espinoza Vargas, but through his advisors they indicated that the lawyer had not yet been notified with the resolution and could not assist us.