Arturo Fernández, mayor of the Provincial Municipality of Trujillo, was sued this Wednesday by a councilor who, in addition, raised a suspension request against him for 160 days, after a misogynistic incident that occurred during a session of the Municipal Council held the day before.
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The parliamentary group maintained that the entity issues pronouncements “with evident political bias”, in the framework of the protests that have taken place, which go against “national interests”.
Fernández, who became known for erecting erotic huacos during his tenure in the Moche district, went online and, according to councilor Jorge Vásquez, was not paying attention to the meeting’s agenda. “Mr. Mayor, with great respect, I think you are sleeping?” the councilor asked.
“Wait a minute, are you telling me that I’m sleeping?” Fernández replied. “She’s sleeping, probably, because she’s not listening,” Vásquez suggested. “Give an example that I am sleeping next to his wife. Give me that example. Give me an example that is more real,” the mayor finally blurted out.
In dialogue with RPP, the councilor pointed out that Fernández committed a “very serious offense” that could cost him at least 160 days of suspension. The request will be submitted in full.
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He also mentioned that, although the appointment was in person, the burgomaster appeared remotely and, presumably, from the “bed in a room”. For his part, the mayor indicated that the councilor’s insinuation was “disrespectful” and reiterated that he does not have to apologize, according to the station.
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In January of this year, Arturo Fernández was denounced before the Provincial Criminal Prosecutor’s Office for using the presidential sash during his inauguration.
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At least three rules of conduct were violated by the person investigated, according to a complaint by the Prosecutor’s Office before the Sixth Preparatory Investigation Court.
The lawsuit was filed by Carlos Tenicela Ninamango, an expert in State protocol and National Identity, who argued that the burgomaster had committed a series of crimes for this action, including displaying function badges, outrage and contempt for symbols and values Of the homeland.
In October 2019, councilor Odaliz Asmat denounced another misogynistic attack against Fernández, when the politician was burgomaster in Moche, according to a file from the 14th Family Court of the Superior Court of Justice of La Libertad.
In a session in which he questioned a project presented by the District Works Management, the controversial mayor said: “I don’t think you have slept with me every night to know how long I have lived here.”