Citation. Aníbal Torres, head of the Council of Ministers, He was summoned for this Wednesday, May 18, starting at 9:30 am by the money laundering prosecutor, Luz Taquire. after the statements given by the aspiring effective collaborator, karelim lopezwho denounced an alleged criminal organization in the Government Palace.
Thus it was announced that Hannibal Torres would have to attend the headquarters of the Special Prosecutor for Money Laundering Crimes, in the Center of Lima, along with his lawyer. However, later it became known that it will be the prosecutor who will go to PCM to take the Prime Minister’s statements.
The citation is given as part of the proceedings in order to corroborate the versions given by Karelim Lópezas reported by channel N.
Previously, the prime minister pointed out before the Oversight Commission of the Congresschaired by Hector Ventura (Popular Force), which did meet with Bruno Pachecoformer secretary general of Palacio, who is a fugitive from justice after an order from the Judiciary of 36 months of preventive detention against him.
In March, the businesswoman karelim lopez revealed to prosecutor Luz Taquire that would have received pressure from the government through an “emissary” on behalf of the head of the ministerial cabinet, Hannibal Torres.
According to sources of Hildebrandt in its thirteen, the López Arredondo demonstration took place on March 8. Likewise, it was denounced that the “emissary” mentioned by the businesswoman promised that, if she reported money laundering to prosecutors, her case would go to the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office where, supposedly, he would be free from the investigations.
Ipsos: 60% of Peruvians consider that Aníbal Torres should be censored
According to a survey published last Tuesday by Ipsos Peru, 60% of the population considers that Aníbal Torres should be censored. The same way, Betssy ChavezMinister of Labor, is in second place after the pollster reported that 58% of Peruvians agreed with her being censored.
On the other hand, 56% expect the Minister of the Interior, Alfonso Chavarrybe censored and another 53% agree that Parliament remove the Minister of Energy and Mines from office, Carlos Palacios.