Former Minister of the Interior John Carrasco filed an amparo claim before the Judiciary so that said entity declares null the voting of the final report of the Supervision and Comptroller Commission of Congress on the Sarratea house for alleged irregularities in the aforementioned parliamentary process.
According to the document you accessed The Republicthe commission chaired by Fujimorista Héctor Ventura violated the right to prior and detailed communication of the accusation in parliament, the principle of the prohibition of arbitrariness, the right to due process and the right to be tried by an independent authority.
Faced with these accusations, the ex-minister of the Ministry also seeks that the Specialized Constitutional Court of Lima declare null all the acts subsequent to the decision of the working group, such as the vote in the plenary session and the formulation of the constitutional accusations against President Pedro Castillo, among others.
“The report recommends accusing the undersigned for a series of crimes; however, nowhere in the report is the factual and legal support for which it is determined that such crimes would have been committed, individually, Carrasco Millones warns.
Similarly, the candidate for the Regional Government of Lambayeque questions that the previous question and the request for reconsideration of the vote made by the perulibrista Pasión Dávila have not been evaluated.
Finally, Juan Carrasco Millones believes that the work of the Oversight Commission lacks legitimacy because —according to him— Héctor Ventura, during an interview, advanced his opinion on the case when it was still under investigation.
“It is true that this advance of opinion occurred with respect to the President of the Republic; however, this has had repercussions throughout the report, since, in an effort to link the President of the Republic, they have ended up formulating recommendations against other people, as is the case of the undersigned, due to the existing prejudgment”, reads the document.
Leader. The Sarratea case report implicates President Castillo in alleged acts of corruption, and in addition to Carrasco it involves former Minister Juan Silva.