Prime Minister of Peru describes the discovery of $ 20,000 in the Government Palace as delicate

Prime Minister of Peru describes the discovery of $ 20,000 in the Government Palace as delicate
Prime Minister of Peru describes the discovery of $ 20,000 in the Government Palace as delicate

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Prime Minister of Peru describes the discovery of $ 20,000 in the Government Palace as delicate

Prime Minister of Peru describes the discovery of $ 20,000 in the Government Palace as delicate

LIMA (Sputnik) – The Prime Minister of Peru, Mirtha Vásquez, described as “delicate” the discovery by the prosecution of $ 20,000 in cash in an office … 11.25.2021, Sputnik Mundo

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On November 23, the anti-corruption prosecutor’s office found $ 20,000 in cash, owned by former presidential secretary Bruno Pacheco, inside the bathroom of his office in the Government Palace of Lima, all within the framework of the investigations that are being followed by him. alleged crime of influence peddling after allegedly pressuring them to be promoted irregularly to senior military commanders. Pacheco told prosecutors that this money is the product of his savings and his salary as the president’s secretary, without indicating the reason why He keeps it in such a peculiar place and not in his home or in a bank account, as is to be expected.After the complaint about the military promotions, Pacheco resigned from his position last week, his resignation being accepted on November 24 by President Pedro Castillo. The Prime Minister affirmed that she will continue the development of the investigations; Castillo has not directly addressed the issue.

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LIMA (Sputnik) – The Prime Minister of Peru, Mirtha Vásquez, described as “delicate” the discovery by the prosecution of $ 20,000 in cash in an office in the Government Palace (headquarters of the Executive), belonging to the former presidential secretary, Bruno Pacheco.

“We are aware that (the finding) is a very delicate situation and we are the first interested in that these investigations advance and that it can be clarified as soon as possible because it puts the Government in a very complex situation, and I think it is important that this be can resolve in the fastest time possible, “the official told state television channel TV Peru.

On November 23, the anti-corruption prosecutor’s office found $ 20,000 in cash, owned by former presidential secretary Bruno Pacheco, inside the bathroom of his office in the Government Palace of Lima, all within the framework of the investigations that are being followed by him. alleged crime of influence peddling after allegedly pressuring them to rise irregularly to high military command.

Pacheco told prosecutors that this money is product of your savings and your salary as secretary to the president, without stating the reason why He keeps it in such a peculiar place and not at his home or in a bank account, as is expected.

After the denunciation of the military promotions, Pacheco resigned from his post last week, his resignation being accepted on November 24 by President Pedro Castillo.

Peru’s former premier believes that money in the office of former presidential secretary raises suspicions

The prime minister affirmed that she will continue the development of the investigations; Castillo has not referred directly about the topic.

 
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