The president reiterated that his wife, Lilia Paredes, will stay in Peru “because his family, his children, his brothers are here” and because ” there is nothing to fear.”
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President Pedro Castillo referred to his wife, First Lady Lilia Paredes, and his sister-in-law Yenifer Paredes. (Photo: Presidency)
The President of the Republic, Pedro Castillo, referred this Friday, August 19, to the judicial situation of her sister-in-law Yenifer Paredes and considered that “they have been cruel” to her and have removed her from her environment.
Through his Twitter account, the president reiterated that his wife, the first lady Lilia Paredes, will stay in Peru “because his family, his children, his brothers are here” and because “there is nothing to fear”.
Likewise, Castillo Terrones lamented that the leaders are “criticized and persecuted” for demanding justice, education and health for their people. He also emphasized that “lies will not break” his government.
“With lies of alleged escape, it is intended to mount a request to prevent my wife Lilia Paredes from leaving the country. You can not escape, one who is innocent. He stays in Peru because his family is here, his children, his brothers, because there is nothing to fear”, he expressed.
“My wife is willing to clarify the accusations that have been created against herand voluntarily surrender your passport. They have also been vicious against my daughter Yenifer, who has been taken away from us and is going through the worst moments of her life”, added the head of state.
Mi esposa está dispuesta a esclarecer las acusaciones que han creado en su contra y de forma voluntaria, entregará su pasaporte .También se han ensañado contra mi hija Yenifer, a quien han alejado de nosotros y está pasando los peores momentos de su vida.
— Pedro Castillo Terrones (@PedroCastilloTe) August 20, 2022
It should be noted that the Judiciary will hold this Sunday 21 August, the preventive detention hearing against Yenifer Paredes and the mayor of Anguía, José Medina Guerrero.
This was reported by the Third National Preparatory Investigation Court of the National Superior Court, which scheduled the proceeding for that day at 4:00 in the afternoon.
As recalled, the Public Ministry requests that 36 months of preventive detention be imposed on them in the ongoing investigation for the crime of money laundering assets.