Thais Yanett Acosta Quispe, Violeta María De Piérola García, Gerardo Francisco Ludeña González, Nilton Isaias Cueva Quezada

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2024/v24cs.2004-2011

The general objective of this study is to analyse the violation of due process in parliamentary committees of enquiry in Peru and Latin America. The next guide was applied to select the bibliographic database of Scielo, Scopus and others. In the methodological sphere, in a qualitative approach research, an exhaustive documentary analysis of the journals indexed around the study categories was carried out, having applied inclusion and exclusion criteria, in order to determine the articles that are relevant to the research. The various empirical articles, in their totality, coincide in the violation of procedural guarantees, which are enshrined in the Constitution, with the most violated principles being due process, the right to defence, the presumption of innocence, the right to contradict the evidence against the accused, thus damaging the process because not only are the fundamental rights of the investigated person violated, but it also allows the investigated person to denounce and frustrate the investigation.

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