María Del Carmen Alva, President of the Peruvian Congress, faces a motion of censorship promoted by the Radical Sector of Peru Free (PL) Only days after President Pedro Castillo avoiding the beginning of an 'impeachment' to remove him from the presidency. A new scandal in the hectic political alert in Peru who, on this occasion, has originated in Spain.
Alva traveled to Madrid last week to meet with Spanish parliamentarians, both in Congress and the Senate. In one of those encounters, an attempt of "destabilization" of Peru would have occurred, according to the complaint of PL, confirmed by the Deputy of We Can Anton Gómez Kingdom. In statements to a local television, the Vice President of the Foreign Affairs Committee confirmed that Alva questioned the legitimacy of the Government of Pedro Castillo on the eve of the parliamentary process against him.
"It is outrageous that a representative and president of Congress come to my country to leave very badly at his own country," said Gómez Kingdom.
PL argues that the President of Congress would have violated the separation of powers and promoted a foreign interference on internal affairs. The radical banking proposes that the Peruvian Ambassador in Madrid, Eduardo Pérez del Solar, is called inquiries to explain what happened.
Alva figure second in the order of presidential succession in the event that Castle was "Vacado" (dismissed), after Vice President Dina Boluarte, who also serves as a minister of inclusion and social development.
"We had never seen such an assiture with non-democratic countries. Always meetings between parliaments are given in terms of cooperation, collaboration, twinning," said PSOE NEMÍ Villagrasa, Secretary of the Commission. The words of the Spanish parliamentarian are part of an audio spread by the Peruvian medium 'Hildebrandt in its thirteen', in which it is assured that Alva intended to get a pronouncement of the Spanish Parliament in which it becomes a majority has no legitimacy and that Peru He has fallen under the claws of communism.
Alva Milita in popular action (AP), which supported President Castillo in Tuesday's vote. His party is also not part of the most radical opposition, with Keiko Fujimori at his head, who first tried to accuse electoral sabotage to the winner, without providing evidence, and that later pushed without success he attempted by dismissal.
"The story that is built in the magazine is totally false," replied by the Legislative President, who has the support of a Spanish deputy of Vox Víctor González Coello who affirms that the words of Alva "were cordial and educated." He even added Congressman, the president's committee said they gave his confidence to the castle cabinet despite the fact that he did not like the proximity with a luminous path or criminal background of some of the ministers.
The journey from Alva to Spain resulted with the most accidental, being obliged to conduct a test of discarding from the Covid-19, after the positive announced by the president of the Spanish Senate, Ander Gil.Date Of Update: 11 December 2021, 15:15