The constitutional complaints against President Pedro Castillo for alleged treason against the country and against Vice President Dina Boluarte for the alleged commission of various crimes will be discussed today -among other issues- by the Subcommittee on Constitutional Accusations chaired by the Alliance for Progress congresswoman Lady Camones.
In the case of the head of state, the congressman from People’s Action and delegate of the complaint, Wilson Sotowill present its final report proposal, that it recommends disqualifying Castillo for five years, as a result of his statements about an eventual outlet to the sea for Bolivia; an alleged treason against the country.
In relation to the case of Boluarte Zegarra, the parliamentary delegate of the complaint, Edgard Reymundo (Democratic Change), will present the report of determination of facts and relevance of evidence.
In the same way, you will notice the releases of the Minister of Development and Social Inclusion, who is accused of having signed documents as president of the Apurímac Departmental Club when she was already serving as vice president of the republic and head of the Ministry of Development and Social Integration, Between.
Meanwhile, through your account Twitter, the Peruvian president highlighted yesterday that dialogue and democratic governance are key to the coexistence of nations; this, within the framework of the meeting he had with the president of the United States, Joe Biden, on his trip to that country, to participate in the United Nations General Assembly.
“It was very pleasant to meet Joe Biden again. Dialogue, democratic governance and global cohesion in the face of great challenges are tools for human coexistence that must be strengthened for the common good of our nations and the world”, he indicated.
The President of the Republic also highlighted the positive results generated after his participation in the 77 General Assembly of the United Nations (UN).