Yenifer Paredes requested permission from the judiciary to travel to Chota, in the Cajamarca region. However, in a hearing held on October 31, the court declared the request to leave the city within 30 days unfounded.
The brother-in-law of former president Pedro Castillo, under the regime of showing that there are restrictions by court order after being involved in the investigation of the Anguía case, Paredes Navarro is accused of participating in the direction of a project in favor of the company he works for. Of note, the accused did not hold any public position when he performed these functions.
Due to his situation, Paredes must comply with some specific rules. One of them is the prohibition of leaving, without judicial notification, the city where he lives, in this case, Lima.
PJ rejected the request of the Prosecutor’s Office to urge Yenifer Paredes to follow the rules of conduct
On June 28, the judiciary rejected the request of the Public Ministry to urge Yenifer Paredes to follow the rules of conduct. Which was arranged within the framework of the procedures set out in the preparatory investigation that was followed against the brother-in-law of former president Pedro Castillo for the case of the eel.
On that occasion, magistrate Raúl Justiniano in the Eighth Preparatory Investigation Court declared that the prosecutor’s request was baseless during the hearing this Wednesday.