Romy Chang: Criminal responsibility would not only fall on President Pedro Castillo

Romy Chang: Criminal responsibility would not only fall on President Pedro Castillo

In statements to Perú21TV, the criminal lawyer, assured that the hiring of Flor Gómez Olano, sister-in-law of the president in the MTC, it could be the crime of incompatible negotiation.

¨There we could speak precisely of crimes such as incompatible negotiation, because what Peru21 has also revealed is that she has been hired before for some specific amounts, amounts that would have supposedly led her to perform some type of work for the State, and then he began to receive a salary of S/ 15,600, working in the Human Talent Management office [del Ministerio de Transportes y Comunicaciones] ¨, Chang told Peru21TV.

In statements to Perú21TV, the criminal lawyer, Romy Chang, assured that the hiring of Flor Gómez Olano, sister-in-law of President Pedro Castillo, in the MTC, could be the crime of incompatible negotiation.
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In addition, stated that criminal responsibility would not only fall on the president but also in the former Minister of Transport, Juan Silva and the president’s sister-in-law.

¨There we must remember, as it was applied in the case [Alberto] fujimori […] Currently, when we talk about organizations that have been created to commit crimes, we are talking about organized apparatuses of power where, at the level of criminal responsibility, everyone would share criminal responsibility for possible criminal acts, both the President, former Minister Silva, and all those who contributed to the crime, which in this case would be the sister-in-law of President Castillo, his nephews and other people around him¨, assured the criminal.

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