Peru's central bank chief may face fraud charges

A Peruvian congressional commission voted 6-1 in favour of recommending Congress bring fraud charges against central bank of Peru governor Javier Silva Ruete last Tuesday. The matter refers to Ruete's alleged sponsoring of a decree that allowed the father of Peru's Vice President's girlfriend to avoid taxes.

From, Reuters

A Peruvian congressional commission recommended on Tuesday that Congress pursue fraud charges against Vice President Raul Diez Canseco and central bank governor Javier Silva

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