The former president Ollanta Humala will go to Congress this Monday to testify before the My parent committee, according to his lawyer and legal advisor Santiago Gastañadui. Initially, the zeal would be carried out on August 17, but it was reprogrammed at the request of the same former governor.
This is the second time that Humala, who acts as a researcher, will testify before the congressional committee that investigates the alleged extrajudicial killings that took place on the contra-subversive basis. My mother (Huánuco), in 1992, and the alleged purchase of witnesses in that case.
The first time the former head of state was interrogated by the members of that working group chaired by Héctor Becerril (Fuerza Popular) was on 16 February this year, when he was detained at the Barbadillo prison in Ate.
The new source reference is to consult you on the statements of the last witnesses of the case. Via a letter to the presidency of the My parent committee, Humala requested to reschedule the appointment of August 17 "for force majeure" because he was from Lima to do partial work.
Gastañadui insured today The trade that the former president will give his explanation this time. In a short communication with this medium, the former congressman said that Humala will be presented tomorrow in Congress, accompanied by him and lawyer Alberto Otárola, also legal defender of the former president.
After the absence of Humala Two weeks ago, Becerril indicated that if the former president comes back to be absent, he will not be called again, because the final report of the committee must be delivered to the plenary session of the Congress on 9 September.
The working group prepares the preliminary report to be discussed and approved by its members in the first week of September.