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parliamentarian Wilson grove (People’s Action) stated that it would respect the decision Court constitutionalwhich mandates that the constitutional complaint of treason against President Pedro Castillo be canceled because “the institutionality of the law and the power of the state must be strengthened”, but does not share the position of the entity.
“I must say that I do not share it, but I respect it, given that we live in a constitutional state of law (…) the report contains all the points that make up the constitutional complaint, the answer of the accused, the evidence, the statements of the parties made at the hearing , and in view of these points, the recommendation of the EAC, which was approved, ”said the congressman in La Rotativa del Aire Night Edition.
In the same spirit, he defended the report he prepared, since he considers the arguments “sufficient to suggest that the president would have committed a constitutional violation”, and with them the grounds for accusing the president “of allegedly committing the crime of treason to the degree of attempt.”
“If in our report we put the degree of the attempt, it is because for us the disqualification of the president for five years is a violation of articles 32, 54, 110, 118, paragraphs 1 and 2 of the Constitution.” He reiterated that he would respect the decision of the TC, since more evidence could not be imagined.
Did the prosecutor influence the decision of the Labor Code?
On the other hand, the congressman agreed with the opinion of other fellow parliamentarians that the role of the Congressional Attorney, Yuri Garcia Canoinfluenced the decision constitutional Court. “This was to get more information about the complaint, and therefore we notify that he was separated (…) he allegedly put us in a bad light, the report is well prepared,” he repeated in La Rotativa del Aire Night Edition.
“The work of the lawyer was terrible, but this is a body that depends on the Ministry of Justice, and I don’t know why they sent him. protect parliament,” he added.
As is known, State Attorney General’s Office initiated a preliminary assessment Yuri Garcia Canolawyer for the Legislative Prosecutor’s Office, who intervened in the trial before constitutional Court. This measure also applies to his deputy, Manuel Eduardo Peña Tavera.
Alianza Para el Progreso spokesman Alejandro Soto criticized Garcia Cano’s performance and felt that he would be a “mole in Congress”.
Statements by Lady Camoons
The president Subcommittee on Constitutional Charges (SAC), Lady Camones, stated that she would stand by the TC’s position on a complaint of alleged treason against the President. He indicated that he had expected such a response after the lawyer’s “rather weak” defense.
However, he indicated that the decision to file a constitutional complaint had not been taken. “They declared them invalid and started creating a new qualification. What they declare invalid comes from qualifications from complaint to final report on a specific treason case”He told the media.
“That’s what it points to [decisión del TC]that everything goes back to the time of qualification of this complaint due to the lack of motivation. It is clear that my man became president when the qualification report was already available,” Camones added.
About this statement, Congressman Wilson Soto indicated that the topic is already defined constitutional Court in recording. “This is the end of the matter, I acted responsibly, objectively. The president has made an opinion, a president who has committed a very clear violation, as he is the first citizen who should respect and know Constitution”.
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