The party that took Castillo to the presidency of Peru threatens to withdraw the support

The free Marxist Peru party, who took Pedro Castillo to the presidency of Peru, announced that he will not give the vote of confidence to his new cabinet when c

The party that took Castillo to the presidency of Peru threatens to withdraw the support

The free Marxist Peru party, who took Pedro Castillo to the presidency of Peru, announced that he will not give the vote of confidence to his new cabinet when considering that he is a turn to the "right-sized center", which supposes a clear remoteness of the executive And anticipate a rupture of the political bloc.

"There is an inoculty political turn of the government and its cabinet towards the right-hinding center, where they increased the 'caviar' representatives, as the progressive left politicians say, affirms a statement released by the party leader, Vladimir Cerron.

"This composition is made up without registration, sustained by NGO NGOs, who have co-government with the last four governments and now with the current one," said the statement signed by the Extraordinary National Assembly of the Party.

Peru Libre entered its criticisms also against the appointment of labor ministers, Betsy Chávez, and social inclusion, Dina Boluarte, vice president of the Republic, both militants of the Party, on which he notes that they do not represent the political group because his Appointments respond to "individualistic" acts.

He also raised the congressmen who are free Peru militants to recompose their banking in Parliament, as it added that legislators related to the Magisterium, the union to which Castillo belongs, "they have a project of their own".

Among the 37 congressmen who have free Peru, a group of about 13 legislators is made up of teachers whose links are narrower with Castle than with Cerron, and for weeks there is talk of an independent parliamentary group.

Peru free invoked its legislators to comply with the provisions and not give the vote of trust to the "caviar" cabinet chaired by the lawyer Mirtha Vásquez because "not doing it would involve a principle inconsistency."

Given this statement, the Peruvian president expressed, from a work visit in San Martín, that "it is true that politics serves to understand the population, but every day we can not be in trouble or questions or responding to situations Petching because Peru has chosen us to work and govern face to the town and without stealing a penny, without stealing anyone. "

With the latest changes in the Cabinet, Castillo removed the nearest militants and collaborators of his cabinet, as former Prime Minister Guido Bellido, investigated by alleged apology to terrorism and who headed the confrontation with the opposition in Parliament.

Updated Date: 15 October 2021, 06:13

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