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The Oversight Commission of the Congress receives this morning the Minister of the Interior, Dimitri Senmacheto answer for the actions of his sector in relation to the capture of three fugitives: the former minister John Silvathe former secretary of the presidential office Bruno Pacheco and Fray Vásquez Castillo, nephew of President Pedro Castillo.

Follow here the explanations of the minister on the Silva case:

The invitation to the minister was sent last Wednesday, after it became known that the police could not locate Silva after issuing a preliminary arrest warrant against him.

Silva, Pacheco and Vásquez are accused by the Public Ministry as part of an alleged mafia headed by President Pedro Castillo, linked to the Puente Tarata Case.

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Senmache responded that same day, through his Twitter account, that he had received the invitation and assured that he will attend to expose the actions carried out by the Ministry of the Interior “in relation to the request of the PJ [Poder Judicial] to locate and detain certain persons.

Follow here the details of the presentation of the Minister of the Interior:

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Also on the agenda are Diego Montes Barrantes, executive president of the State Procurement Supervising Agency (OSCE), and Javier Cavero Goyeneche, director of the State Procurement Electronic System (Seace).

Both will appear before the working group due to their relationship with the “Punto final” program’s complaint about alleged espionage to access privileged data and win tenders.

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On the other hand, the Avanza País bench presented a motion for Senmache to also go to the plenary session of Parliament to answer for Silva’s situation and for the death of 14 people in clashes linked to illegal and informal mining in Arequipa.

The Board of Spokespersons agreed to include that motion on the agenda of yesterday’s plenary session and from Congress it was expected that the minister will attend the same day. At the closing of this note, the initiative had not yet been voted on.

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