Former Peruvian President Alan García was hospitalized on Wednesday for a gunshot wound shortly after the discovery of a preliminary arrest warrant as part of the investigation into bribery for payments from the company Odebrecht.
According to the newspaper The RepublicCasimiro Ulloa Hospital reported that the former president of APRA had a head injury. The newspaper reported that the shot was self-inflicted.
Sources of Trade They indicated that a police team had arrived at their home a few minutes before 7 am (12 am GMT) with a search warrant and had then been informed of the arrest warrant. "He contacted his lawyers and a shot was heard"The officers, who had broken the detention protocol by letting him go alone into the room, transferred him to the health center where he was operated.
Witnesses consulted by Peruvian television reported that Garcia was covered with a red blanket and that his son entered the hospital shortly thereafter, without making any statement.
Last November, García requested asylum at the Embassy of Uruguay, but Montevideo rejected his request.. Justice has applied a prevented from leaving the country for 18 months while investigations into the Odebrecht case are progressing.
In recent days, the portal IDL Reporters revealed the Billionaire deposits of the Brazilian construction company to the former secretary of the presidency de García during his second government (2006-2011). In this regard, the leader of APRA defended himself by saying that no document mentioned it.