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The Congress of Peru approved the reform project of the National Council of the Magistracy

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Posted 19/09/2018 5:01:21CET

MADRID, 19 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) –

The Congress of Peru has approved this Tuesday the project of constitutional reform to strengthen the composition and functions of the National Council of the Magistracy (CNM), which has since been renamed the National Board of Justice.

The project has been approved with the backing of 112 mps who make up the peruvian Congress, following a debate of more than five hours, as reported by the news agency Andina.

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This proposal is one of four projects of political reform of the country’s president, Martin Vizacarra, after the scandal of judicial corruption that was uncovered in July about influence peddling in the judiciary led to a wave of resignations, including that of the minister.

The news portal IDL-Reporters, who uncovered the case on July 7, published on Thursday, a few audios that suggest an agreement between the prosecutor-elect of Peru, Pedro Chávarry, and the judge César Hinostroza.

Vizcarra came to the charge last march after Pedro Pablo Kuczynski to resign at the doors of an ‘impeachment’ for their alleged involvement in the plot of collection of bribes in exchange for public contracts that have starred in the entire region the construction of brazilian Odebrecht.

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