Although the presidency of the National Court of Justice (CNJ) has not been formally notified of the resolution of the Permanent Criminal Chamber of the Court of Justice of Peru that declares the extradition of Ramiro González, former president of the board of the Ecuadorian Institute of Social Security (IESS), accused of the crime of influence peddling, Paulina Aguirre, president of the agency, requested that the Peruvian justice authorities reconsider the decision.
In the six points of the document, Aguirre requested the reconsideration of the measure because he believes that there are inaccurate and biased statements in the analysis made by the Court of Peru. The Ecuadorian CNJ defended the information provided as support for extradition and also denies that it is inaccurate or incomplete.
The reconsideration request was issued on January 6. Aguirre requested that the authorities of the Republic of Peru be informed of this request urgently, through the Foreign Ministry and the judge of the Iñaquito Criminal Judicial Unit, which is the owner of the cause for influence peddling.