The Vice President Mercedes Araoz He assured that the President's decision Martin Wiscard to go to Parliament this Tuesday to justify the absence of Prime Minister Salvador del Solar and Justice Minister Vicente Zebalos to the Constitutional Commission was a political signal to the President.
The Peruvian legislator for Cambio has indicated that this political gesture is completely valid and compares it with that of the Constitutional Commission's President Fuerza Popular when sending the project to the archive. political reform on parliamentary immunity.
"The decision to go was a decision of the president because it is a completely valid political signal similar to that Rosa Bartra had when deciding to go to the archives instead of supporting her own opinion, which was very good. consensus, "he said in an interview for the RIP.
"The President has been talking about the issue since yesterday but thought it was a sign of Congress that he did not want to go along this path of reform when it was time and the opportunity to do so because neither the president nor the congressmen would be re-elected, "he said. Araoz,
As you recall, Prime Minister Salvador del Solar and Justice Minister Vicente Zebalos had to participate in the Constitutional Committee on Tuesday to present the political reform projects.
They both attended the Congress, accompanied by the President, who justified his ministers not going to the above-mentioned working group because of the lack of adequate conditions, and urged the Constitutional Committee to discuss the "no fraud" political reform.
At another time, Araoz He said he believed that despite what happened, "the executive did not close the possibility of dialogue" on political reforms and noted that there was a desire in Parliament to deal with this issue "in more detail".
"Within my freedom of opinion, I can say that on both sides we have to sit down in order to reach a dialogue and today there were no conditions for reaching a consensus that the possibility of dialogue is not closed, the dialogue open and there are people, he wants to talk, he said.
"I think there are a lot of people in Congress who are ready to go into a space where you can talk about this and others about political reforms in more detail," he added.