The Prime Minister of Peru was accused of money laundering

The Prime Minister of Peru, Guido Bellido Ugarte, became a person involved in a criminal case on money laundering. This is reported by the publication El Comercio.

The head of the government was accused of involvement in the illegal financing of the election campaign of the ruling Free Peru party. Together with him, the party chairman Vladimir Cerron, his brother, and press secretary Waldemar Cerron and the political force itself as a legal entity were involved in the case.

Prosecutor Richard Rojas, engaged in this investigation, said that the “Free Peru” party structure was used to legalize illegal assets and pay legal costs for the processes in which the chairman participated. According to the law enforcement officer, the Prime Minister of the country coordinated the alleged crimes and personally participated in financial fraud.

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