Peru’s Prime Minister and founder of government party investigated for terrorism

The proceedings in police headquarters will be directed to Cerron, Bellido, the pro-government legislator Guillermo Bermejo and Alex Pimentel, allegedly close to the leaders of the armed band Sendero Luminoso in central Peru.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru's Prime Minister, Guido Bellido, and the founder of the ultra-left Peru Libre party, Vladimir Cerron, among others, will be investigated for the alleged crime of terrorism, informed the Public Prosecutor's Office on Wednesday.

The investigation will be in charge of the Supraprovincial Prosecutor's Office Specialized in Terrorism and Crimes against Humanity in the city of Huanuco. The proceedings in police headquarters will be directed to Cerron . . .

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