After releasing said phrase, the censored Minister of the Interior clarified his statements and explained that according to the information available to the Police, this has not happened.< /h2>
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Dimitri Senmache made a mistake when talking about the situation of former Minister of Transport and Communications Juan Silva. (Photo: Mininter)
The Minister of the Interior, Dimitri Senmache, made a mistake referring to the situation of the former head of Transport and Communications Juan Silva saying that “he has fled the country”, but later corrected the sentence.
“I believe that a person who has fled the country has to be found no matter what I believe or let to believe. This person is on the run”, he pointed out in dialogue with Canal N.
When asked if Silva Villegas fled from Peru, Senmache clarified his statements and explained that according to the information available to him, that has not happened.
“Our theory is that this person is here in Peru and we are looking for him and locating him. If I had the ability and knowledge of where he is right now, I would move all 137,000 troops to capture him”, he asserted.
“I don't think (that he has fled the country). All the information that the Police have is that this person is still in the country and we are going to locate him”, he added.
Regard to the Congress of the Republic, the head of the Mininter hinted at a “negotiated” by the Presidency of the Board of Directors. “(That's on my mind), totally. Most people do understand it ”, he stressed.
The Minister of the Interior, Dimitri Senmache, made a mistake when referring to the situation of the former head of Transport and Communications, Juan Silva, saying that “he has fled the country”, but later corrected the sentence. (Video: Canal N)
As recalled, by 78 votes in favour, 29 against and 8 abstentions, Parliament approved the motion of censure against Senmache for the escape of Juan Silva and the deaths due to clashes between artisanal miners in Caravelí, Arequipa region.
He denies that he left the country< /b>
Meanwhile, the National Migration Superintendence reiterated that the former minister Juan Silva Villegas did not records exit through immigration or border control posts.
“Migrations guarantees strict compliance with impediment orders issued by the Judiciary, within the framework of the current legal system”, he stressed.
#MigracionesPerú garantiza el estricto cumplimiento de las órdenes de impedimento de salida dictadas por el Poder Judicial, en el marco del ordenamiento legal vigente.
— Migraciones Perú (@MigracionesPe) July 1, 2022