The plenary of Congress of the Republic meets this Wednesday June 1 to evaluate the interpellation motion against the president of the Council of Ministers, Hannibal Torres. In addition, the constitutional complaints against the former Prosecutor of the Nation, Pedro Chávarry, the former Supreme Prosecutor, Tomás Gálvez, the former Supreme Judge César Hinostroza, among others, will also be seen.
Live: Plenary session of Congress this Wednesday, June 1
The purpose of the motion presented by People’s Renewal would be for the prime minister to attend the chamber to respond to the national representation on the constitutionality of the extension of the state of emergency in the face of the COVID-19.
It is also proposed that the interpellation to Torres Vásquez develops around the lack of response from the Executive regarding the parliamentarian’s request Jorge Montoya about the minutes of Minister council from March 1 to 5.
Plenary will see other topics
In the parliamentary agenda it is also contemplated to see the final report on constitutional complaints 137 and 140 against the former prosecutor of the Nation Pedro Chavarry for allegedly having committed the crime of personal concealment, actual concealment and attack against the conservation and identity of the object.
According to the document, Chavarry Vallejos would be accused by political trial, in his capacity as former prosecutor of the Nation, for being the author of serious infractions to the Constitution. In this sense, it has been proposed that he be disqualified for 10 years from exercising public office.
The Plenary will also see the final report of the constitutional complaint 141 formulated by the former prosecutor of the nation Zoraida Avalos against the former supreme judge Cesar Hinostroza and former members of National Council of the Judiciary.
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The report concludes accusing Hinostroza Pariachiin his capacity as former supreme judge, for allegedly having committed the crimes of criminal organization, illegal sponsorship, specific passive bribery, specific active bribery and aggravated influence peddling.
On the other hand, the opinion of the Consumer Defense Commission which proposes to modify Law 27261, Civil Aeronautics Lawwhich establishes compensation mechanisms for users of national and international air transport.