Legislator Diego Bazán (Avanza País) proposes that the head of the Minjusdh explain the measures adopted due to the inaction of María Caruajulca in the interrogation of Pedro Castillo.< /h2>
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Congressman Diego Bazán (Avanza País) presented a motion on the agenda that proposes summoning the Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Félix Chero, to the Plenary for the case of the State Attorney General, < b>Maria Caruajulca.
This is motion 3237, which proposes that the head of the Minjusdh explain the measures adopted due to Caruajulca's inaction in the interrogation of President Pedro Castillo carried out on June 17 by the Nation's prosecutor, Pablo Sánchez.
Furthermore, you are asked to explain the position of your portfolio regarding the autonomy and independence of public prosecutors that make up the State Legal Defense System.
Similarly, you are requested to support the institutional position of the sector representative before the Board of Directors of the State Attorney General's Office in the attempted dismissal of the attorney for the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MTC), David Ortiz.
As recalled, the Board of Directors of the State Attorney General's Office (PGE), chaired by María Caruajulca, met on the afternoon of last Monday, the 27th, to discuss the continuity of Ortiz Gaspar.
< p itemprop="description" class="story-contents__font-paragraph">After the meeting, no decision was reached regarding the situation of said official, since his case was referred to the National Service Authority Civilian (Serve).
It has been learned that the board of directors expects to receive a response from Serve in these days. The next meeting is scheduled for Monday, July 4. For now, David Ortiz Gaspar remains in office.
Caruajulca took action to remove the MTC attorney after he, on June 6, told the newspaper 'Perú 21' that he opposed a conciliation proposed in November last year by a consortium in charge of a project in Puno, in which the businessman would have had an interest Zamir Villaverde and the fugitive former Minister of Transportation Juan Silva, thus validating part of what was mentioned in a recently released audio.
It should be noted that the Peruvian State attorney has also taken action regarding the Puente Tarata Case, an act of corruption involving the president Pedro Castillo himself.