The decision was imposed by the “supreme judge Juan Carlos Checkley Soria at the request of the Public Ministry and the search of the parliamentarian”.
“Likewise, the magistrate ordered that send an official letter to the National Migration Superintendency for compliance with the personal coercion measure”, reads the tweet published by this Power of the State.
As reported, during the early hours of last Wednesday, the legislator was denounced by a Parliament worker for the alleged crime of rape. After knowing the fact, Alliance for Progress expelled Diaz Monago. Likewise, the Prosecutor’s Office opened an investigation against him for the crime against sexual freedom.
After four days, the congressmen approached the headquarters of the Public ministry and when he left, he rejected all the accusations against him.
“I find myself making myself available here at the Public Ministry so that the investigations of the case can begin. And, at the same time, to leave the passport. I am emphatic, I reject any act of violence against women. (…) Now what we are going to do is give all the statements and then I will be able to give more details,” he declared.