The complaint before the Subcommittee on Constitutional Accusations also includes former ministers Pilar Mazzetti, Elizabeth Astete and Mario López Chávarri.
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Martín Vizcarra has already been disqualified twice by the Congress of the Republic. (Photo: Twitter)
Next July 15, the final report of the complaint filed against the former president will be supported by the Subcommittee on Constitutional Accusations < /b>Martín Vizcarra, for the alleged commission of the crimes of improper passive bribery and false statement in administrative proceedings.
The date was rescheduled at the request of the congresswoman in charge of the investigation, María Taipe (Free Peru). The support was scheduled for the last Friday, July 8, but at the request of the delegate, the working group approved that it be next week.
The accusation also includes the former Minister of Health Pilar Mazzettifor the alleged commission of the crimes of incompatible negotiation or improper use of the position and collusion.
Also to the former head of Foreign Relations Elizabeth Astete for the same crimes; and the former Minister of Foreign Affairs Mario López Chávarri for the alleged commission of the crime of collusion.
The aforementioned accusation was made by former congressmen Lusmila Pérez Espíritu, Luis Castillo Oliva, Roberto Chavarría Vilcatoma, Absalón Montoya Guivin, Mariano Yupanqui Miñano and Rubén Ramos Zapana.
Similarly, the support of the final report prepared by congressman José Enrique Jerí Oré (SP), on the case of former Defense Minister Walter Ayala, was scheduled for that date., denounced by congresswoman Patricia Rosa Chirinos Venegas (Avanza País), for alleged violation of article 39 of the Constitution, and for the probable commission of the crimes of coercion and illegal sponsorship.
On the other hand, the president of the subcommittee, Rosío Torres Salinas (Alliance for Progress), indicated that the public prosecutor of the Legislative Power, Manuel Peña, informed the specialized supranational public prosecutor of the Attorney General's Office General of the State, of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, Carlos Miguel Reaño Balarezo, on the procedural status of the accumulated constitutional complaints in the case of the Minister of Development and Social Inclusion, Dina Boluarte.
It was to respond to a request from Reaño Balarezo, for the Peruvian State to respond to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) , r Regarding the precautionary measures requested in favor of the also Vice President of the Republic.