Congresswoman Heidy Juárez requested file on prison benefits of Antauro Humala

The congresswoman of the Alliance for Progress, sent a document to the president of the Omar Méndez Irigoyen, the complete file on the penitentiary benefits of who was released last Saturday.

This in order to “analyze and monitor the circumstances in which they have been granted,” according to the congresswoman through her social networks.

This joins the request of the also parliamentarian and third vice president of Congress, Alejandro Muñante, who asked the INPE president to attend the Justice Commission to report on the release procedure of the brother of former president Ollanta Humala.

The liberation of Antauro Humala

Antauro Humala left prison after 17 years and 7 months in prison in the Ancón II prison, after the National Penitentiary Institute (INPE) accepted his request to access the redemption of his sentence and regain his freedom.

INPE’s decision to order his release was “for completion of the sentence for redemption of the sentence for work and education.”

In this way, it was considered that Antauro Humala worked and studied during his internment for 3,667 days, which allows him to redeem his sentence in 1 year and 7 months.

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