AP: National Executive Committee suspended six congressmen accused of being ‘The Children’

The political party decided to temporarily suspend the militancy of the six congressmen who have been accused of being ‘‘ for the testimony of as an effective collaborator.

The measure confirmed this Saturday, May 28 in a statement signed by the general secretary of Acción Popular, Edmundo del Águila Morote, reaches Raúl Doroteo, Ilich López, Juan Mori, Darwin Espinoza, Elvis Vergara and Jorge Flores Ancachi.

As reported by the National Executive Committee, the six parliamentarians refused to give their defenses to the disciplinary secretariat, so they proceeded to decide “ad referendum” to suspend the militancy of the six involved.

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Six Popular Action congressmen have a request to prevent them from leaving the country.  (Photo: GEC)
Six Popular Action congressmen have a request to prevent them from leaving the country. (Photo: GEC)

This will persist until the justice administration system resolves the cases, after mentioning that due to the accusation made by Karelim López, the Nation’s prosecutor, Pablo Sánchez, has requested an impediment to leave the country against the six congressmen.

“Such a measure constitutes, in itself, an offense caused by the aforementioned congressmen to the historical line of honesty left, as a value in Peruvian politics, by our boss and founder Fernando Belaunde Terry”, Popular Action noted.

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