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Freddy Díaz: Patricia Chirinos files constitutional complaint against congressman accused of rape

the congresswoman (Avanza País) filed a constitutional complaint against the parliamentarian (not grouped) after being accused of rape of a Legislative worker.

In the document sent to the president of the Subcommittee on Constitutional Accusations, Rosío Salinas (Alliance for Progress), Chirinos asks to remove Diaz from Congress and disqualify him from public office for 10 years.

In the grounds of the complaint, the legislator of Avanza País recalled that, on July 27, the congressional worker denounced a sexual violation inside the parliamentarian’s office. She then explained that the victim went to a headquarters of the Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations to publicize the fact.

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Chirinos also highlighted that the case reached the Public Ministry, which has requested an impediment to leave the country against Freddy Díaz, which will be evaluated by the Supreme Court of Preparatory Investigation of the Judicial Power next Friday, August 5.

The present constitutional complaint is raised in merit of the provisions of articles 99º and 100º of the Political Constitution of Peru, and article 89º of the Regulations of the Congress”, indicated the former vice president of Congress.

In this regard, he also highlighted that Freddy Diaz Monago would have violated the Magna Carta, specifically articles 38 and 39.

Ethics Commission

This Tuesday, the Ethics Commission of the Parliament agreed, unanimously, to denounce the congressman ex officio Freddy Diaz and initiate investigations against him.

This decision was welcomed by the Women’s Minister Diana Miloslavich, in their social networks. “We are going for a National Pact against violence and impunity for aggressors. #Nothingjustifies rape“, said.


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