Luis Nava Guibert: they confirm variation of house arrest due to appearance with restrictions

Luis Nava Guibert: they confirm variation of house arrest due to appearance with restrictions

The house arrest imposed on the former official in April 2019 was revoked.

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Luis Nava Guibert: they confirm variation of home detention by appearance with restrictions

Luis Nava Guibert was presidential secretary in the second government of the late former president Alan García. (Photo: GEC)

The Third Criminal Court of Appeals of the National Superior Court confirmed the resolution of the Sixth Preparatory Investigation Court that declared a well-founded variation of home detention due to appearance with restrictions of Luis Nava Guibert.

As recalled, the former secretary of the Presidential Office in the second government of Alan García (2006-2011) is being investigated for the alleged crime of aggravated collusion, and others to the detriment of the State.

< p itemprop="description" class="story-contents__font-paragraph">Thus, the house arrest imposed on the former official in April 2019 was rendered ineffective. Thus, Nava Guibert will continue to face the preparatory investigation against her in freedom.

As recalled, in 2019 the son of Luis Nava told the authorities that both his father and Jorge Barata told late 2006 or early 2007 the agreement they had reached for the government to make the works of the Brazilian construction company Odebrecht viable.

“Barata told me that he had arranged support with my father and asked me to take him to my father's house. Jorge Barata was with a briefcase in his hand, he met with my father and my father asked me to leave. When I finished, I left Jorge Barata at his house”, he declared.

“I went back to my father's house and he told me that Jorge Barata had money in his briefcase, but he didn't tell me the amount and told me that Barata would call him back”, he added.

In this regard, that same year Nava Guibert stated before prosecutors José Domingo Pérez and Meryl Huamán Altamirano that the former representative of Odebrecht in Peru handed “lunch boxes” of money to the deceased former president Alan García< /b>.

According to his version, Barata gave the former president US$60,000 (on December 31, 2006), US$600,000 (on December 6 April 2007) and US$20,000 (on September 27, 2007). All this amount adds up to US$680,000.