Politics 12-07-2018

Peruvians march against Congress and corrupt judges

New audios that would involve the leader of the Popular Force party of Keiko Fujimori with corrupt judges, unleashed marches in Peru.

The audios published by the portal IDL-Reporters unleashed the rejection of the Peruvians, who mobilized to request the removal of the judges of the National Council of the Magistracy (CNM), involved in influence peddling. The first demonstration took place in front of the teaching center and counted with the participation of deans from different professional associations.

President Martín Vizcarra, who asked for the application of article 157 to dismiss the magistrates, announced a bill to be presented before Congress on July 28 during the national anniversary.

Civil collectives, unions of workers and citizens gathered in the Plaza San Martin, in the center of Lima (Peruvian capital), to mobilize against corruption in the judicial system and Congress, who are accused of being accomplices of corruption in the justice system.

Through an extraordinary session, the Congressional Oversight Committee convened Thursday journalists Gustavo Gorriti and Rosana Cueva, representatives of the media that published the audios.

Both informed that they will not attend because they consider that the parliamentarians want to know how they obtained the recordings that have revealed the moral crisis of those who exercise justice in the country.


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