President Francisco Sagasti was denounced for the crime of crime against humanity, in the form of genocide, for the deaths in Peru due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The complaint was presented by former congressman César Gonzales Tuanama before the Constitutional Accusations Subcommittee of Parliament and includes the Prime Minister, Violeta Bermúdez, and her entire Ministerial Cabinet.
Similarly, the constitutional indictment includes the former president Martin Vizcarra, to its former prime ministers Vicente Zeballos and Walter Martos, and to the entire Council of Ministers at that time.
It should be noted that on May 31, the technical working group (GTT) created by the Executive to update the number of deaths from COVID-19 presented its final report in order to clarify the impact of the pandemic in the country.
Along these lines, it established that there were 180,764 deaths from the virus between March 1, 2020 and May 22. A total of 89,884 deaths were recorded during the first wave of the pandemic and 90,880 in the second wave (as of May 22).
Last April Gonzales Tuanama had already filed another constitutional complaint against Sagasti for irregular vaccination against the coronavirus of Vizcarra Cornejo, a fact known as the ‘Vacunagate’.
The complaint also included Violeta Bermúdez and a political sanction was requested for the three involved to disqualify them from the exercise of public administration for ten years. He also proposed that the brief be also sent to the Prosecutor’s Office.
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