Governor-elect of Tacna requests to leave house arrest for meeting with president Dina Boluarte

Governor-elect of Tacna requests to leave house arrest for meeting with president Dina Boluarte

The lawyer of the governor-elect Luis Torres Robledo, Marcela Urteaga Paredes, presented to the judge of the Fifth Preparatory Investigation Office a request for exceptional authorization so that her client can attend a summons called by the President of the Republic Dina Boluarte for tomorrow, Saturday, November 17. December at 9 a.m. for being the elected regional authority and hopes that it will be resolved as soon as possible.

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He recalled that an exceptional permit was requested for December 20 so that Torres could be treated in Arequipa for a myocardial resonance due to having a heart condition.

supporters support march

Two weeks ago there was a march by supporters of Torres who asked for speed in the dismissal request for him to assume office.

On Friday, December 23 at 3:00 p.m., the hearing for the cessation of home detention was scheduled for the governor-elect Luis Torres Robledo, who has been under investigation for five years for the alleged crime of his own passive bribery and others.

Virtual hearing on December 23

The request was presented by his defender Marcela Urteaga and was set by the Superior Court of Justice to be carried out virtually in the face of the state of emergency that Peru is experiencing.

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The lawyer has repeatedly questioned the actions of Judge Juan Portugal Vega for delaying the lifting of the secrecy of telecommunications requested by the Public Ministry that will have to do with the request for cessation of home detention.

They demand speed in proceedings

The procedure was carried out only on November 29 with the search of Torres’s home, four years after the first intervention where the seized documentation is kept and everything remains to be unraveled without even finding evidence of the crimes imputed to the former provincial mayor of Tacna a who the Prosecutor’s Office accuses of leading a criminal organization.

For these facts, he filed a complaint with the Decentralized Office of Control of the Magistracy (ODECMA). The magistrate requested the inhibition of the process, being rejected in the Superior Court of Justice of Tacna.

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