The situation of Congresswoman Rosselli Amuruz (Avanza País) it gets more and more complicated. After learning that she hired as an advisor the sister of former parliamentarian Paúl García, who would be his romantic partner, now more details of irregular hirings that he would have made are revealed now that he occupies the third vice presidency of the Board of Directors led by the questioned Alejandro Soto.
According to an investigation the newspaper TradeAmuruz also ordered that those close to Garcia achieve positions in the Legislature. One case is that of Erik Enrique Tiradobrother by the communicator Christian Enrique Tirado who lost his life during a party held in the Lince district last Saturday.
Tirado is on the Congressional payroll because he works as an assistant in the Communications Office. However, before reaching this position, he had a visit to Amuruz’s office on August 10. The link between Tirado and García would have led them both to explore the possibility of founding a political party in the Shut up.
Another case is that of Angie Gomez Acosta, wife of the murdered Christiam Enrique, who also met with the third vice president. After the meeting with Amuruz, he appears as a technician on the Congress Office payroll.
The same thing happens with Rony Enrique, who records a visit at the beginning of September to the staff of the Special Commission Capital Peru, which Amuruz promoted and presided over. After these meetings he appears as a technician of the working group.
On the other hand, two former employees of the office of the former congressman Paúl García (2020-2021) They also joined the list of collaborators of Amuruz, who has held the third vice presidency of Parliament since last July.
The beneficiaries would be Rocío Beltrán and Cenit Málagawho fulfill the role of technician and advisor, respectively, of the member of Country advances. Of the two, Málaga is the one that has a closer link with García: she is listed as legal director of the Peruvian Institute for Comprehensive Training, founded in 2021 by the former parliamentarian of Popular Action.