The Peruvian judiciary on Thursday ordered 36 months of preventive detention against former President Pedro Castillo (2021-2022) in the framework of an investigation by the Public Prosecutor's Office for alleged acts of corruption committed during his administration.
Supreme Judge Juan Carlos Checkley determined the measure after evaluating the request of the Public Prosecutor's Office, which is investigating the former president for the alleged crimes of criminal organization, collusion, and aggravated influence peddling.
According to the Judicial Power in its Twitter account, the judge imposed preventive detention on Castillo "for being the alleged leader of a criminal organization . . .
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