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LIVE: President and members of the National Board of Justice defend themselves in Congress | LIVE | National Judicial Council | Imelda Tumialan | congress

The Congressional Judiciary Commission meets this Friday, September 22nd, as part of the investigation into the National Board of Justice (JNJ). He leads the working group Janet Rivas, from Peru Posible called on the country’s prosecutor, Patricia Benavides, and the president of the judiciary, Javier Arévalo, to present their defense in view of the summary investigation into alleged serious misconduct that Parliament had approved against them.

The Avanza País congresswoman was also quoted in this context Patricia Chirinos, who supported the motion he filed against Richter and which was supported by the legislature. In this note from La República you can review all the events of the meeting.

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During the meeting, the JNJ asked the Commission led by Janet Rivas to make the presentation of the seven members together and this request was subjected to a vote initiated by the President of the Judicial Commission and ended in rejection. Congresswoman Gladys Echaíz and Congresswoman Rivas exchanged words when Echaíz rejected a joint statement saying they were individual allegations.

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The Judicial Commission This Wednesday, September 20, a third extraordinary meeting took place as part of the ongoing investigation against the seven members of the National Board of Justice (JNJ), and this meeting confirmed the improvisation that has so far prevailed in this working group.

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