The spokesperson for Popular Renewal, Jorge Montoyaconsidered that Peru should consider withdrawing from the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IA Court) for allegedly “fixing” those who “really commit abuses and excesses of human rights.”
Through his Twitter account, he stressed that it is imminent for the Government to analyze the possibility of withdrawing from an organization that – from his point of view – the only thing it does is “defend the real culprits”.
“For many years, the IACHR has become the accomplice of those who really commit human rights abuses and excesses. That is why they try to establish a contrary position against those who frontally fought devastating terrorism”he wrote on the social network.
“It is imminent that we consider withdrawing from an organization that the only thing it does is defend the real culprits”Montoya added.
As recalled, the TC accepted the presentation of Ernest Blumewho proposed declaring the appeal well founded and thereby nullifying the annulment of the pardon in favor of Alberto Fujimori. The vote was three in favor and three against, with the vote of its president, Augusto Ferrero, as the diriment in favor of habeas corpus.
In this case, said writ of habeas corpus was filed by Gregorio Parco Alarcon against the resolution of the Supreme Court of Justice, which annulled the humanitarian pardon.
On December 24, 2017, the then president Pedro Pablo Kuzcynski granted pardon to fujimori fujimori for humanitarian reasons. However, the Judiciary annulled this benefit.
It should be noted that the former president is currently serving a 25-year prison sentence for crimes against humanity. He is being held in the Barbadillo prison (Ate).
The Inter-American Court granted one week to the Peruvian State -until March 25- to submit its observations on the provisional measures in relation to the ruling of the TC in favor of the former president.