The reading of the resolution to know if a process will be opened or the complaint against the former dictator Alberto Fujimori for him case forced sterilizations will be held on next November 25 and 26 from 3:00 pm The hearing will be directed by the head of the Transitional Supraprovincial Criminal Court of Organized Crime of the Judicial Power, Rafael Martinez.
Likewise, Judge Rafael Martínez indicated that, if the reading of the resolution is not completed, the hearing will continue on Thursday, December 2 and Friday, December 3.
Since the reading of the resolution began on September 14, these last an average of four hours. The judge reads a fragment of his decision for an interval of 10 to 20 minutes, and it is immediately translated into Quechua.
According to the investigation of the Public ministry, the evidence lies in the documents that requested the consent of the patients for the practice of sterilization. Many of them were not written in Quechua nor did they respect family and religious idiosyncrasies.
Forced sterilizations: victims will go to international bodies if emblematic trial is not accelerated
Through a press conference, the women victims of forced sterilizations during the government of Alberto Fujimori (1996-2000) denounced delays in the progress of the process, and announced that, if the investigation is not initiated, after reading the resolution they will go to international bodies to get justice.
On November 17, The Republic revealed that the Prosecutor’s Office has been investigating judges for alleged release of drug traffickers, which would integrate a criminal organization. As it was known, one of those involved would be the judge Rafael Martin Martinez Vargas, the magistrate who has been holding a hearing for two months to decide whether to initiate a judicial investigation of former President Alberto Fujimori and his former health ministers in the case of forced sterilizations.