Its president, Rosío Torres, emphasized that the Legislature acts in the exercise of its prerogatives and that this should not be understood as a parliamentary coup.
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The president of the Subcommittee on Constitutional Accusations, Rosío Torres (Alliance for Progress), denied that the Congress acted arbitrarily in the process against Vice President Dina Boluarte, for alleged constitutional violations and various crimes.
Through an official letter sent to the head of Parliament, Maria del Carmen Alva (Popular Action), the legislator emphasized that this power of the State acts in the exercise of its constitutional prerogatives and that nor should it be understood as a parliamentary coup d'état.
“As can be seen, Congress acts in the exercise of its prerogatives enshrined in the Constitution, the exercise of these cannot be understood as arbitrariness, much less as a coup de Parliamentary state”, he stressed.
It also details that the vice president of the Republic would have violated article 126 of the Constitution, referring to the impossibility of the ministers of intervene in the direction or management of companies or private associations.
The document was sent in response to a request for information from the prosecutor of the Supranational Specialized Public Prosecutor's Office of the State Attorney General's Office, regarding the accumulated constitutional complaints 268, 269 and 270 against Boluarte Zegarra.
As recalled, Dina Boluarte denounced before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) the violation of the rights to defense , due process and legality.
Likewise, the defense of the also Minister of Development and Social Inclusion alleges lack of reasonableness and proportionality are evident in addition to the excessive use of constitutional complaint in progress.
Subcommission will see the case this Friday the 8th
The Subcommittee on Constitutional Accusations will meet this Friday the 8th of July and in The agenda is the report of the public prosecutor of the Congress of his response to the supranational specialized public prosecutor of the State Attorney General's Office, regarding the request for information on the status of the complaints against Boluarte Zegarra.
It should be noted that on July 1, the Permanent Commission of Congress agreed by majority to give the Subcommittee on Constitutional Accusations 15 days to present the final report of the complaint c constitutional action against Dina Boluarte.