Peru Libre leader’s mother’s accounts are frozen for alleged money laundering

Bertha Rojas maintains links in deposits, withdrawals and payments with three co-prosecuted with her son Vladimir for corruption in the Junin region.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A journalistic investigation revealed that the Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF) had frozen nearly 1.5 million soles (US$366,000) in accounts of the mother of the controversial founder of the ruling Peru Libre party, Vladimir Cerron, investigated for an alleged criminal organization.

The mother of the leader of the extreme left-wing party, Bertha Rojas, has been prevented from moving funds from three bank accounts for an amount close to 1.5 million soles at the request of the money laundering prosecutor's office, as revealed by the portal Epicentro TV.

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