Yesterday, the Congressional Steering Committee rejected Congressman Yonhy Lescana's request that former Secretary-General Fuerz of Popular José Chlimper be removed from the board of the Central Depository Bank (BCR).
As recalled, the aforementioned fujimorista was considered inappropriate for that position, and according to the Prosecution's proposal, he would have paid $ 210,000 in cash for the local radio for advertising contract.
New Peruvian Congressman Richard Arce reported that the Speaker of the Parliament, Daniel Salaverry, prevented it from deepening in the debate and that the People's Party overwhelmingly prevailed to protect Chlimper.
"It is true that he is a regular, but they have been sent to the archives. He is a pity for the country because we are looking for a regular process to open," he said.
However, there is a multi-party movement in which Chlimper's departure from BCR is demanded.❧