Once again, Congresswoman Rosselli Amuruz is involved in a controversy. This time, it was revealed that the third vice president of Congress often requested leave from the Legislative Branch while he was traveling to different countries. This was revealed on the Centro Liber portal, which has access to the licenses presented by Amuruz from July 2021 until now.
In addition, according to the information from the mentioned portal, the parliamentarian of Avanza País exceeded his vacation days and stayed extra days in the countries he traveled to. This action was repeated in his travels to Mexico, the United States, the Dominican Republic, and Colombia.
Amuruz applied for licenses when he was abroad
The parliamentarian of Avanza País not only had access to licenses from Congress after requesting them within the country, but while abroad he also requested permits from the Legislative Branch.
- He left for Panama on December 29, 2021, and submitted his license application “for personal reasons” on January 4, 2022.
- He traveled to Mexico on December 22, 2022, and had his license approved on December 27, also for “strictly personal reasons.”
- He was in Mexico from December 22, 2022, to January 3, 2023, and requested a license for December 27, 28, and 29. Amuruz returned to Peru five days after your license expired.
Rosselli Amuruz: the congressman exceeded the vacation days
The legislators of Amuruz registered a total of 35 licenses. Despite the permits he obtained from Parliament, the member of the Board of Directors did not respect the established days. Below, we detail the dates of the congressman’s request to leave and how many days he returned to Peru.
|Licenses requested by Amuruz||Trips abroad|
|License from October 1 to 4, 2021:||Mexico: He arrived on October 1 and returned to the country from Panama one day after the license term expired, on October 5, 2021.|
|License from May 11 to 20, 2022:||deer: He traveled on May 10, one day before the license, and returned to Peru three days after the license expired, on May 23, 2022.|
|License from September 2 to 6, 2022:||deer: He traveled on September 1, one day before the vacation, and returned one day after the deadline, on September 7, 2022.|
|License from November 11, 2022:||deer: traveled on November 10, one day before the vacation, and returned four days after the vacation ended, on September 15, 2022.|
|License from May 3 to 5, 2023:||Panama: He left on May 2, one day before the vacation, and returned two days after the deadline, on May 7, 2023.|
|License from June 19 to 21, 2023:||Colombia: He traveled on June 18, one day before the license, and returned to Peru one day after the deadline, on June 22, 2023.|
|One license from July 7 and another license from July 10 to 11, 2023:||Dominican Republic: traveled since July 7. First, he requested a license only for July 7, and then, without any specific reason, he requested another license for two additional days (from the 10th to the 11th). Rosselli Amuruz was in the Dominican Republic for five days.|
Congressman Amuruz registered 35 licenses between 2021 and 2023
According to the documents presented on the portal, the congressman requested 35 licenses, but not all for the same reasons:
- Official licenses: 9
- Travel licenses: 3
- License by representation: 1
- Personal licenses: 3
- Unpaid license: 16
Rosselli Amuruz and his message before the Plenary Session of Congress
The congresswoman recently caught the eyes of all Peruvians after attending a party where a person was killed in Lince during the duel for the Fujimorist Hernando Guerra García. Because of this, on October 11, Rosselli Amuruz gave a few words to his colleagues at the Plenary Session of the Congress, where he apologized to his colleagues and “to the entire national representation” for attending the event when the Parliament mourned. Until now, the legislator has not made a mea culpa about the violence created by that party. On the contrary, he sometimes denied that he was the one who organized it. This time, before the vote of censure against him, Amuruz said that he intends to “take back this serious mistake” and emphasized that he will continue on the Board of Directors.
On the same day, the parliamentarian was saved from a motion of censure that was promoted against him. Now, after revealing these frequent trips abroad and the failure to meet the dates to return to Peru, is there an answer from the Parliament?