Congressman Álex Flores: Waldemar Cerrón and Guido Bellido must answer for supporting the Cavero report

Congressman Álex Flores: Waldemar Cerrón and Guido Bellido must answer for supporting the Cavero report

congressman (Perú Libre) assured that those who voted in favor of the report by legislator Alejandro Cavero (Avanza País) -referring to the spokesman for his caucus, and former Prime Minister – they did it in a personal capacity and must answer for it.

It was when ruling on the approval of the document that recommended filing the constitutional complaint against the former president Manuel Merino and former ministers Ántero Flores-Aráoz and Gastón Rodríguez.

Through Twitter, the parliamentarian of the perulibrista caucus also stated that the vote for Cerrón Rojas and Bellido in no way represents the feelings of the militants of said political group.

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“It must be clear that those who voted in favor of the shameful Cavero report have done so in a personal capacity and must answer for it, in no way do they represent the feelings of the militants of Peru Libre, we reject any act of shielding and impunity”he wrote on the social network.

Cavero Report

As recalled, last Friday, July 1, the Permanent Commission of Congress supported the decision of the Subcommittee on Constitutional Accusations and sent to the file the complaint against Merino de Lama for the deaths of Inti Sotelo and Bryan Pintado during the protests in November 2020.

Were 22 votes in favor, 6 against and one abstention. Legislators from Fuerza Popular, Avanza País, Popular Restoration, Alliance for Progress, Popular Action, Podemos and Somos Perú (José Jerí) marked green to archive the report. Even two members of Peru Libre (Waldemar Cerrón and Guido Bellido).

The report, initially prepared by Cavero, shelved the complaint that the National Prosecutor’s Office had filed against Merino and his two former ministers Ántero Flores-Aráoz and Gastón Rodríguez.

In the document, the arguments of the Public Ministry were dismissed and it was ruled out that the aforementioned politicians have any responsibility in the death of the young people. Inti Sotelo and Bryan Pintado.

Previously, the commission rejected a previous question that wanted the report to return to the Subcommittee on Constitutional Accusations.

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