World: Peru: Search for the presidential palace in search of the sister -in -law of President

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Cela fait déjà des mois que le président péruvien Pedro Castillo (notre photo) est soupçonné de corruption par le parquet de son pays. © AP - Juan Karita It has already been months since Peruvian President Pedro Castillo (our photo) is suspected of corruption by the prosecution of his country .

It has already been months since Peruvian President Pedro Castillo is suspected of corruption by the prosecution of his country which launched more than five preliminary investigations against him. This Tuesday, August 10, the presidential palace was searched in search of the head of state's sister-in-law. Reinforcing a little more the crisis at the head of it.

With our correspondent in Quito, Éric Samson

The prosecutor's anti-corruption prosecutors and the police waited for more than an hour before being allowed to enter the presidential palace, in the heart of Lima. They could only do so on the return of the president of the country, accompanied by his lawyer and several ministers. Despite their research, they did not find Yenifer Paredes, the younger sister of the First Lady that the presidential couple raised as if they were their daughter.

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Criminal Organization?

26 years old, Yenifer Paredes is suspected of being part of a criminal organization which, thanks to facade companies, fraudulently won public laws (auctions) in the provinces of the interior of the country. An arrest warrant has also been issued against a businessman Hugo Espino and his sister, who would have won some of these licitations. According to the prosecution, this supposed organization could not have operated without the president and his wife being aware.

Arrest

The Police also looked for Yenifer Paredes at his home in the province of Cajamarca, in the north of Peru as well as in a district of Lima, but without success. The prosecution nevertheless arrested the mayor of Anguia, a rural commune where Castillo and his family lived before winning the presidential election. After having resisted two attempts to dismiss by the congress where the opposition is the majority, the Castillo president is the subject of five preliminary investigations, most of alleged corruption.

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