The parliamentary caucus of Alianza para el Progreso presented this Wednesday a bill to annul the supreme decree of the Executive, which establishes the modification of the statute of the Magisterial Spill.
The purpose of the initiative is to protect and guarantee the full autonomy of the financial institution, as indicated in the document entered today at the table of parties to the Congress of the Republic. It bears the signature of the APP bench spokesman, Eduardo Salhuana, and five other parliamentarians.
In the explanatory memorandum it is specified that the statute of the Magisterial Spill, in force since 1988, defines the institution as a “private legal entity with administrative and economic-financial autonomy.”
In this sense, it is argued that the Teachers’ Spill, like any company or private entity, does not exercise any public function nor can it be considered part of the Public Administration. “Private law legal entities govern their institutional life by their Statutes and additionally by the Civil Code,” the document notes.
The Magisterial Spill has already announced that it will not only take legal action against Supreme Decree No. 009-2022-Minedu that modifies 16 of its statutes, but it will not abide by the changes stipulated in the interventionist norm issued by the Executive.
Luis Espinoza, president of this institution, assured that “this modification that he proposes to the Government has a political and union purpose to destroy the Teacher Spill.”