Alan García, hours before firing himself inside his home when he was being brought on order from the Prosecutor General's Office, decided on his religious beliefs and assured him that he believes in "life after death."
In a long interview with RPP News, the former president said he was confident of having a "small place in the history of Peru."
"It's an ugly situation and if the country convinces itself that I have something to pay for, it's the homeland … Just as I served and did things for her, I'm not here to grumble and hate. death, I believe I have a small place in the history of Peru, "Garcia said thoughtfully last night.
Garcia rejected the charges against him from the Public Prosecutor's Office. "Everything is speculation and, with speculation, a person is not deprived of his freedom, not even in a preliminary way," he said.
However, this morning he made the decision to shoot himself. After suffering three cardiac arrest, the former president died on Wednesday morning, April 17.