With information from Giuliana Castillo/URPI-LR
Protest. Social groups have been demanding the lawlessness of the congressman Freddy Díaz Monago, denounced for rape by a worker from his office last Wednesday, July 27.
Indeed, social groups went out to protest in downtown Lima carrying posters with which They ask Congress for the lawmaker’s immunity and “speed” in the investigations by the Public ministry.
“We are gathered here to protest because the congressman accused of rape Freddy Díaz continues to vote in the plenary session of Congress with total impunity. It cannot be that our society is so indifferent to all the aggressions that are happening now. At this time, citizens must rise up”, declared one of the protesters to The Republic.
This Friday, the Supreme Court of Preparatory Investigation held a private hearing on the tax requirement to prevent him from leaving the country against Freddy Díaz. At the end of the session, Supreme Judge Juan Carlos Checkley reported that the resolution will be issued within the term of law.
The legislator went last Thursday to the Prosecutor’s Office to render his statements. After leaving the tax summons, Diaz insisted on his innocence and alleged that he has a mother, sisters and a family.
“At this time I have already given the statement. What we are doing is that he submits all the corresponding skills. There was no violation of any kind. That should be clear, because I respect women. I have a mother, I have sisters, I have relatives who are women,” she persisted.
Previously, the prosecutor Zoraida Avalosof the Second Supreme Criminal Prosecutor’s Office, requested the impediment to leave the country against Freddy Díaz Monagoinvestigated for the alleged crime of rape.
It should be remembered that Freddy Diaz was removed from the special commission for the selection of suitable candidates for the Ombudsman’s Office. Also, APP decided to expel him after learning of the rape complaint.
If you have been or know someone who was affected or involved in acts of family or sexual violence, contact the line 100created by the Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations of the Peruvian government.
In addition, Line 100 has the power to refer the most serious cases of family or sexual violence to the Women’s Emergency Centers or to Urgent Care Service. The service is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year, including holidays.