Peruvian President Dina Boruarte was summoned May 31 by the country’s public prosecutor’s office to testify in a preliminary investigation launched into the deaths of dozens of people during anti-government protests between December and March last year. was done.
The summons is scheduled for next Wednesday at 9 a.m., and Boluarte’s lawyer, Joseph Campos, confirmed today that he is waiting “with great anticipation for that day so that we can issue a statement.”
“We express our mission to work together to close this meaningless chapter.
The National Public Prosecutor’s Office (General Directorate) announced on January 10 that it would launch a preliminary investigation into charges of genocide, eligible murder and serious bodily injury.