Minister of the Interior responded to Congress on the kidnapping of journalists | VIDEO

Minister of the Interior responded to Congress on the kidnapping of journalists | VIDEO

The Minister of the Interior was summoned by the Citizen Security Commission to explain the measures taken by his sector in response to the complaint made by Fourth Estate journalists .

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    Interior Minister responded to Congress about the kidnapping of journalists | VIDEO

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    The Minister of the Interior, Mariano González, responded to the Citizen Security Commission of Congress about the kidnapping of Fourth Power journalists by patrolmen in Chota, Cajamarca. The official began his presentation by presenting the guidelines of his sector against crime.

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    The Congress reported that the minister was summoned to the parliamentary working group to explain what actions are being taken against the kidnapped person denounced by the reporters.

    < i>“The Citizen Security Commission summons the Minister of the Interior, Mariano González, this July 11, starting at 10:00 a.m., in order to explain the actions taken in response to the kidnapping of a journalist in Cajamarca, among other issues in agenda”, reads the Parliament's Twitter account.

    As you remember Last week, a team of journalists from Cuarto Poder was detained by a group of peasant patrols and forced to read a statement in which they apologized for the images shown of President Pedro Castillo's sister-in-law, Yenifer Paredes.

    Last Thursday, the Public Ministry reported that the Provincial Prosecutor's Office of Bambamarca had opened an ex officio investigation into the kidnapping of two journalists from Cuarto Poder in Cajamarca.

    “The Provincial Prosecutor's Office of Bambamarca opened an ex officio investigation into the events that occurred in the district of Chadín in Cajamarca, for the crime against freedom (kidnapping), and the crime against property (theft), in offense against two journalists from the Fourth Estate”, the institution wrote on its social networks.