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provincial prosecutor Edwin Nunez arrived on Monday morning at the headquarters of the Presidium of the Council of Ministers (PCM) to conduct an investigation, the reasons for which are currently unknown.
The prosecutor appeared first at the door government palacewhere he was told to go to the door of the PKM, in the same building as the presidential house, overlooking Karabay Street.
nunezwho is part of the prosecutor’s office investigating cases of illicit enrichment, asked to speak with representatives of the Deputy Minister for the Resolution of Social Conflicts PKM.
Before entering nunez He told the press that he could not give information about the reason for the RSM proceedings, but would announce it when he left.
The prosecutor’s visit to the PKM came just hours after the Ministry of Public Opinion announced the start of a preliminary investigation into the death of Victor Raul Santisteban Yaxavilka during last Saturday’s protests in Lima.
Defense Ministry investigates death of protester in Lima
The prosecutor’s office announced on Sunday night the results of the prosecutor’s proceedings carried out on the fact of the clashes that took place in the capital on January 28 as part of protests against the government Dina Boluarte and Congressas a result of which 1 dead and a large number of injured.
Through a statement from prosecution They indicated that the Department of Forensic Thanatology of Lima had prepared an expert report on the forensic autopsy on the death of Victor Raul Santisteban Yaxavilka. This document indicated the cause of death of this person.
“(The autopsy) determined that the agent causing death was a ‘hard blunt element’ whose impact on his skull caused contusion, brain rupture, skull fracture and head trauma,” they said.
In this regard, they pointed out that First supra-provincial prosecutor for human rights and intercultural relations decided to initiate a preliminary investigation by the prosecutor’s office into the alleged commission of the crime of murder in the context of human rights violations during social protests against the perpetrators.
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