The Ethics Commission today evaluates the final report on the case of Freddy Díaz, accused of rape

Avanza País will insist on the disqualification of a congressman accused of rape Freddy Díaz

the bench of announced that they will insist on getting the 10-year disqualification from public service approved against congressman Freddy Díaz (not grouped), who was denounced in July last year for .

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As denounced at the time, the woman affirmed that she drank alcoholic beverages with the then congressman of Alianza para el Progreso (APP) while they were talking about labor issues, and then she would have been a victim of rape.

In a statement published on its official Twitter account, the parliamentary group regretted not having reached the required vote to sanction Díaz Monago. to suspend him from his congressional functions. In addition, 2 voted against and another 21 legislators abstained.

Given this, announced that it maintained that the nine congressmen that make up the bench will support the reconsideration of the vote presented by Sigrid Bazán Narro (Cambio Democrático – Together for Peru).

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Who voted abstention?

Among the 21 congressmen who voted abstention, Luis Gustavo Cordero Jon Tay (accused of assaulting a woman and spreading her intimate video), Héctor Valer (of Somos Perú accused of family violence) and Guido Bellido (of Perú Democrático famous for give misogynistic statements).


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