This was reported by the chairman of said working group, Héctor Ventura, who explained that all facilities will be provided so that Castillo “does not delay his statement any longer ”.
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This was reported by the president of said working group, Héctor Ventura, who explained that all the facilities will be provided so that Castillo “does not delay his statement any longer.” (Photo: Presidency)
The Oversight Commission of the Congress will forward all the proceedings in regarding the Sarratea Case to the President of the Republic, Pedro Castillo, for review and reading before being questioned next Monday, June 27.
This was reported by the president of said working group, Héctor Ventura (Popular Force), who explained that all facilities will be provided, so that the president “hones his word and does not delay his statement any longer”.
“The commission reaffirms its commitment to due parliamentary process. Therefore, they are being provided with the facilities to access the required information. The country awaits your statement, President”, wrote the legislator on Twitter.
🧵La comisión reafirma su compromiso con el debido proceso parlamentario. Por ello, se les está brindando las facilidades para acceder a la información requerida. El país espera su declaración, presidente. 2/2
— Héctor Ventura Angel (@hventuracongre) June 22, 2022
It should be noted that The General Secretary of the Presidential Office, Jorge Alva Coronado, sent a letter to Ventura Ángel in which he requests, as a matter of urgency, the remission of everything that has been done by the commission to date.
“The foregoing will also guarantee the right to grant adequate time and means to prepare the defense, given that the Oversight and Comptroller Commission of the Congress of the Republic has scheduled the declaration of the President of the Republic for the 27th of June. Therefore, it is urgent to send the requested information ”, he pointed out in the document.
Official letter sent by the secretary general of the Presidential Office, Jorge Alva Coronado, to the president of the Audit Commission. (Photo: Congress)
Official sent by the general secretary of the Presidential Office, Jorge Alva Coronado, to the president of the Control Commission. (Photo: Congress)
As it is recalled, the president Pedro Castillo has the status of being investigated in the inquiries carried out by the unofficial meetings he held in the house on Pasaje Sarratea, in Breña.
Last Monday, Alva Coronado sent a letter to the head of the commission, Héctor Ventura, in which he requests that the maximum president's statement be taken from June 27 and that it be in the Presidential Office.