Ex-Peruvian President banned travel to the US for examination

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Judge Juan Sanchez Balbuena banned on Monday the ex-President of Peru Pedro Kuczynski to leave the country and go to a medical examination in the United States.

According to the judge, leaving the end actually leveled would be taken in March in relation to his decision to leave Peru for 18 months.

Protection of the former head of state presented the medical certificate, according to which the examination in the United States was required because observed in 79-year-old Kuczynski cardiac arrhythmia, according to the portal Comercio.

Kuczynski is suspected of involvement in the receipt of payments from Odebrecht for $ 4.8 million in favor of associated with the President firms for alleged consulting services. In late March, the Peruvian Congress granted the petition of Kuczynski’s resignation and was sworn in by President Martin Vizcarra, who previously held the post of first Vice-President.