Peru requests for the second time extradition of ex-president Toledo and his wife

The Minister of Justice, Eduardo Vega, explained that the Council of Ministers today approved the extradition request to the United States for the Ecoteva case, an investigation into an "offshore" company

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Peruvian government approved this Wednesday to request for the second time the extradition of former president Alejandro Toledo (2001-2006) and his wife Eliane Karp for the Ecoteva case of money laundering, a request that will be sent to the United States in the coming weeks.

The Minister of Justice, Eduardo Vega, explained that the Council of Ministers today approved the extradition request to the United States for the Ecoteva case, an investigation into an "offshore" company formed by the mother-in-law of the former president in Costa Rica and with whose funds he . . .

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