Prosecutor José Domingo Pérez, a member of the special team that investigates the "Lava Jato" case in Peru, requested to denounce the Attorney General, Pedro Gonzalo Chávarry, for concealment.
“In a document delivered to the press, Prosecutor Perez said that he ‘informs the Prosecutor's Office about the alleged commission of the crime against the administration of justice in the forms of personal concealment and real cover-up that the Attorney General, Pedro Gonzalo Chávarry, would have incurred’,” informed El Heraldo today.
This 11-page document explains that despite the normative precepts of confidentiality and confidentiality of the process of effective collaboration, "it has become known that Mr. Pedro Chávarry, through Secretary General Aldo León Patino, has carried out acts to hinder or obstruct the collaboration agreement with the Odebrecht company", as you can read in the aforementioned media.
In addition, prosecutor Pérez said that Chávarry impeded that various sources of evidence obtained in the case against Keiko Fujimori and money laundering could be used in a possible trial.
For his part, Attorney General Chávarry, through his Twitter account, rejected the accusations made by Pérez because he considers them not to have legal support.
The special team of the "Lava Jato" case investigates the corruption cases related to the Brazilian construction company Odebrecht.