The President of Peru, Pedro Castillo, staged this Wednesday a distancing with the Free Peru Party party, by recomposing his Government without the ministers more close to the leading controversial of this Marxist training, Vladimir Cerron, to reinforce the most moderate wing of the cabinet.
Castillo designated this Wednesday as head of Cabinet to the Environmental and Human Rights Activist Mirtha Vásquez, who replaces Guido Bellido, the hard wing of the official party.
The designation represents a wink of castle towards the moderate wing of the tacit leftist coalition that supports it in the fragile government that has a long way up to 2026.
Castillo took oath to Vásquez, a 46-year-old lawyer and Expresident of Congress, during a ceremony in the government palace transmitted by the state television that did not attend his predecessor.
"By God, by this country of women and men who every day struggle to live with dignity, without discrimination, and that they promote real changes, yes, I swear!" Said the new Chief of the Ministerial Cabinet. The proclamation resounded as a response to the macho and misogyges of those who made a beautiful gala during its short management of nine weeks.
Vásquez replaces Bellido, an engineer without a 41-year-old political experience and figure of the Hard Wing of the FREE Leninist Peru Marxist Party, who was involved in a confrontation with Congress.
In addition to Vásquez, Oriunda de Cajamarca (North) as a castle, the President swore to the other 18 members of the new cabinet, among which he ratified the owners of Economy, Pedro Francke, and the Oscar Maúdu Chancellor.
Of the total of 19 ministers that make up the cabinet, there are seven new ones and the remaining 12 were ratified. Among those who were dismissed is the questioned Iber Maravi labor holder, whom the press attributes an alleged participation in terrorist attacks 40 years ago. In addition, the cabinet went on to have five women instead of the two of the projection.
The new prime minister, of the wide front leftist, directed Congress between November 2020 and July 2021 during the government of the Interim President Francisco Sagasti.
"The new stage at the #Gobiernodelpueblo seeks to promote dialogue, governance and teamwork, our great goal is to fight for the most vulnerable and we will achieve it," Tithed Castillo.
The first reactions jumped from twitter, converted into a gigantic mural where the left vents its differences, putting on evidence the fragility of the executive. "Change of cabinet should exclude rightists, caviares and traitors," he touted outraged by the Secretary General of Peru, Vladimir Cerron. "It's time for free Peru demand its share of power, guaranteeing its real presence or the bench will take a firm position. New Peru and wide front were already served," he added.
The former Convenient Front Congressman, Rocío Silva, greeted, on the other hand, the appointment of Vásquez. "The truly revolutionary is to put a woman from the left, who has fought against the great mining company, feminist defender of violence against girls and women, in a high political post. A woman who went to the streets and stopped the coupons: That is Mirtha Vásquez! "Silva tuished.
Castle assumed the government on July 28 for a period of five years in the midst of the hope of thousands of compatriots, but also the concern of the fearful Peruvians of a brusque turn towards socialism after decades of liberal policies.
The right parties dominate a fragmented congress. But none has a majority and the free Peru official is the first minority with 37 of the 130 benches.
Castillo had announced hours before the resignation of Bellido during a surprise message of just three minutes. However, in the renunciation letter of him, broadcast by the press, Bellyido indicated that he moves away from the executive at the request of the president.
"We do not know what the causes are, today the Chair requested that present the renunciation letter and immediately fulfilled that order," he told the surprise journalists, who will return to Congress to exercise functions as a parliamentarian.
Pedro Castillo, a candidate on the left, was surprisingly won the presidential elections of Peru, defeating the right postulant Keiko Fujimori in a nurserly ballot on June 6, after a campaign marked by polarization.
"It's time to put Peru over all ideology and isolated party positions," said the president during his short address, in which he wore his typical straw hat.Updated Date: 07 October 2021, 04:52