Oversight Commission summons Interior Minister for Juan Silva's escape

Oversight Commission summons Interior Minister for Juan Silva’s escape

The Congress Oversight Commission summoned the Minister of the Interior, Dimitri Senmache, for this Friday, July 10, to provide details on the actions taken in his office in response to the arrest warrant for the former minister. who is on the run.

“We are summoning the Minister of the Interior, Dimitri Senmache, so that he can testify and explain the omission regarding the current fugitive Juan Silva, former Minister of Transport”detailed before the press the president of the commission, Héctor Ventura (Popular Force).

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The parliamentarian said that the minister would have incurred in an “omission of functions” because the minister has a political responsibility for the fact that Silva is currently a fugitive from justice.

Héctor Ventura on the case of Juan Silva

“Today the turtle escapes the Minister of the Interior again. On purpose, omission of functions? That should clear it up this Friday.”he indicated.

Through social networks, Minister Dimitri Senmache confirmed that he will go to the Oversight Commission to answer for the situation of Juan Silva and other fugitives such as Bruno Pacheco and the nephew of the head of state, Fray Vásquez.

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“Today I just received the invitation from the Oversight Commission to attend on Friday to present the actions that the Ministry of the Interior has carried out in relation to the request of the Judiciary to locate and detain certain people. I confirm my attendance”wrote.

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