The ungrouped congressman Kenji Fujimori did not appear before the Subcommittee on Constitutional Accusations to provide his defense in the context of the “Keikovideos” case.
Fujimori presented a document addressed to the president of the investigative group, Milagros Tacayama, to request a new date for his declaration, but according to the regulations, this is not possible, wrote La República yesterday.
“He has no choice, he had the option of being present at the hearing today [Thursday], but unfortunately he did not come,” the head of the subcommittee told the press, according to La República.
Along with Kenji Fujimori, Guillermo Bocángel and Bienvenido Ramírez were also mentioned, who were denounced constitutionally for being involved in the audios and videos recorded by Moisés Mamani, that eventually led to former President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski’s resignation.
Bocángel and Ramírez, who did attend the hearing, requested for it to be private since it is related to a crime, informed the media. This was denied, along with the request to exclude Mamani’s recordings that involve “Kenjists” and former member of the Executive.
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