On Twitter, the lawyer pointed out that the decision of the Supreme Court of Preparatory Investigation is “incorrect” and will present the appeal within three business days.
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Benji Espinoza criticized the decision of the Supreme Court of the Supreme Court of Preliminary Investigation, that was unfavorable to President Pedro Castillo. (Photo: GEC)/
Benji Espinoza, lawyer for the President of the Republic, Pedro Castillo< b>, announced that it will appeal the decision of the Judicial Powerto reject the protection of rights to annul the investigation initiated by the Nation's prosecutor in charge, Pablo Sánchez, to the president.
Through his Twitter account, the lawyer pointed out that the measure approved by the Supreme Court of Preparatory Investigation is “incorrect” and will submit the respective appeal within three business days.
“The JIP of the Supreme Court has declared unfounded the protection of rights that we presented in favor of SPR Pedro Castillo. In exercising the right to appeal, we will appeal the decision as incorrect within 3 business days”, he wrote.
< i>“The disputed resolution reads the Constitution from the criminal procedural law (it should have been the other way around: read the criminal procedural code from the Constitution). This legal discussion is just beginning. In a second instance, the Criminal Appeals Chamber will hear the appeal”, he added.
As you recall, the Supreme Preparatory Investigation Courtdeclared unfounded the protection of rights presented by Castillo Terrones for alleged violation of the constitutional principles of procedural legality and the principle of legal certainty.
Through of his lawyer, the head of state had requested the annulment of the fiscal provision that ordered the expansion of the preliminary investigation against him for the alleged crimes of criminal organization, aggravated influence peddling and aggravated collusion.
The National Prosecutor in charge, Pablo Sánchez, had decided to extend the investigation that had been initially suspended against Castillo Terrones and indicated that the proceedings be carried out.
The measure was adopted after receiving information from the prosecutor's offices that are investigating alleged money laundering and that they have collected testimonial children that involve the president, such as the one provided by the businessman with preventive detention Zamir Villaverde.