The Republic President, peter castlerejected that Bruno Pacheco there is delivered the sum of 30,000 soles when he served as presidential secretary, arising from the appointment of Hugo Chavez Arevalo as general manager of Petroperú.
Through his Twitter account, the president questioned the statement that his former confidant would have given before the Special Team against Corruption of Power, as reported by the “Panorama” program.
“I emphatically reject the false accusations broadcast by the ‘Panorama’ program, pointing out that he would have received a ‘reward’ of 30,000 soles. In honor of journalistic truth, I demand a serious investigation to clarify this falsehood, ”she wrote on his Twitter account.
peter castle He also indicated that he will take legal action against the Sunday program, after disseminating that he would have received the “reward” in an envelope at the Government Palace.
“Exercising my right as a citizen and as President of the Republic, I will proceed to denounce the indicated journalistic production that spreads false news whose sole purpose is to deceive and manipulate the citizenry,” he added in the publication.
Pedro Castillo would have received 30,000 soles
According to “Panorama”, Bruno Pacheco would have revealed to prosecutors that he himself handed over peter castle an envelope with S/ 30,000 —at the Government Palace— for having achieved the appointment of Hugo Chavez Arevalo as general manager of Petroperú, a position he resigned on March 20, 2022.
The journalistic investigation informs that the appointment of Chávez Arévalo would have been forged in the La Luz Clinic, with the participation of the owner Fermín Silva Cayatopa. The latter would be a friend of Castillo, and who would have been in charge of interviewing the former Petroperú official.
Likewise, the testimony of Bruno Pacheco adds that the person responsible for delivering the envelopes of money would have been Yóber Sánchez, Fermín Silva’s nephew. In this way, once Pacheco obtained the large amount, he would have entered the Government Palace to deliver it to the head of state.