The Congress returned this Friday to the president Pedro Castillo the complete documentation of the vacancy motion for the cause of permanent moral incapacity, with which the process continues underway.
Through a letter sent to Castillo Terrones, the head of Parliament, José Williams (Avanza País), indicated that the return contained in said document is not provided for in the Constitution or in the regulations of Congress.
“Therefore, I consider it opportune to indicate that Order of the Day Motion 4904, which raises the Vacancy Request for the Presidency of the Republic, will continue the corresponding parliamentary procedure”he expressed.
“For these substantive reasons, I hereby send you, for the second time, the documentation containing the Vacancy Motion for moral incapacity filed against you, which was processed and admitted in accordance with the provisions of article 89-A of the Regulations of Congress”he added.
Williams Zapata specified that the documentation sent constitutes a copy of the entire file that has motivated the motion for vacancy, in which, in addition, the factual and legal grounds on which it is based are specified.
Castillo Terrones had returned to Congress the vacancy motion filed against him alleging that he is “incomplete”since it was not accompanied by various documents to which reference is made.
Among them are the supreme resolution of the appointment of Jorge Prado Palomino in the Ministry of Production, as well as the 7 projects that Auner Vásquez Fernández delivered to Bruno Pacheco.
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Likewise, the search records and what was seized, the document by which the company Ingeniería Integración de Proyectos won public tenders; the minutes of the visit to the Government Palace, among other documents.
“In this sense, considering that they are means of proof that are mentioned in the Vacancy Motion and serve as support, I request that you serve the transfer of the same in an appropriate manner”stressed the head of state.