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The Sixth Preparatory Investigation Court of the National Superior Court ordered the impediment of leaving the country for six months against the recently appointed ambassador of Peru in Venezuela, Richard Rojas García. This, by declaring the fiscal request partially founded, within the framework of the investigation that is being followed for alleged money laundering (in the case of the Dynamics of the Center).
Rojas García is credited with having collaborated in the execution of transfers and concealing the illegal financing of the 2021 presidential campaign of the Peru Libre party, of which he is the national leader.
WILLING TO QUIT
After the investigations against him, Richard Rojas spoke out and assured that if the prosecution proposes that he remain in the country, he will resign from his position to guarantee his presence in the process.
“If the prosecution recommends my stay in Peru, I am delighted to cancel that appointment. I am not holding on to any charge, but to this day I have not been notified (of any type of impediment to leave the country ”, responded when asked about a flight risk on his part thanks to his position in Venezuela.
FOR RICHARD ROJAS THERE IS DEMOCRACY IN VENEZUELA
The new ambassador of Peru in Venezuela, Richard Freddy Rojas García, considered that there is a democracy in that country despite the restrictions that the government of Nicolás Maduro has made. In an interview in RPP News argued that as long as there is a Legislative Power, there is democracy.
“I was like in 2018 in the elections in Venezuela. I was watching the elections and they were held in a transparent and calm manner “, said. “For us, our partisan position is that Venezuela is democratic. In Peru there is also political persecution like the one that the militants of Peru Libre are experiencing”, he assured.
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