Peru's former President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski
on Friday testified before Prosecutor Jose Domingo Perez, as part of investigations against him in connection with payments corruption-tainted Odebrecht made to Westfield Capital, a company owned by him.
"I am calm. I've appeared in court every time I received a subpoena," the ex-Head of State said after he completed his errand.
The former top official is being investigated as part of a probe into Westfield Capital's consulting services provided to the Brazilian construction company when he was a public official.
The two homes are located in Lima districts of San Isidro and Cieneguilla.
On the other hand, a Peruvian judge barred the former leader from leaving the country, following a request from the Prosecutor's Office.
The order prohibits Kuczynski from leaving the Inca nation for 18 months while the investigation is ongoing.
Back then, a group of legislators from opposition parties had filed a presidential impeachment motion —on the grounds of moral incapacity— after he survived a previous impeachment vote back in December.
This new motion was intended to oust Kuczynski for alleged links with Brazilian construction company Odebrecht.