The president appealed to his country’s legislature to work to solve Peru’s problems.
Peruvian President Pedro Castillo denied on Saturday that his government was considering closing Congress to prevent the House from approving a vacancy motion against him. and called on the legislature to work “together” on behalf of the country.
“ At a difficult time for the country, with a crisis due to the fifth wave of the pandemic, I ratify my commitment to democracy, the rule of law and the Constitution,” claimed Castillo.
“I strongly reject that my government is plotting to shut down Congress to avoid a vacancy “, he said on his social networks.
Likewise, the President called on Parliament and the rest of the institutions to maintain “the broadest unit” that allows us to work together to solve the “big problems” as they have been appointed to do for a period of five years.
Castillo’s message It takes place after Defense Minister Daniel Barragán presented his letter of resignation from office , according to the Andina agency. He said his resignation was for personal reasons, but in the country there is talk of a disagreement between the two politicians.