The Prosecutor's Office requests 15 years in prison for Martín Vizcarra for his own passive bribery

The Prosecutor’s Office requests 15 years in prison for Martín Vizcarra for his own passive bribery

Through its Twitter account, the Public Ministry indicated that a 15-year prison sentence has been requested against the former president of Peru.

According to his account, the prosecutor’s accusation includes two events: the Lomas de Ilo project and the Moquegua Hospital Expansion and Improvement project, linked to Vizcarra’s management when he was regional governor.

In addition, the prosecution requested 9 years of disqualification from holding public office against the former president.

Source link

Previous Story

The IDB wants protection of nature to be included in the climate agenda

Next Story

Luqueño adds a hierarchy reinforcement with Pablo Aguilar

Latest from Peru