The Minister of Development and Social Inclusion, Dina Boluartereiterated not having committed a constitutional infraction, as indicated by the Comptrolleras he assured that he requested a license from the civil associations to which he belongs before assuming the position within the cabinet.
Through a statement published on her social networks, the also vice president of the Republic explained that before being part of the Council of Ministers, she requested leave from the positions of president of the Apurímac Departmental Club and vice president of the Association of Departmental Clubs of Peru.
“There is no rule that requires the resignation of the aforementioned positions, but only not to exercise the functions of direction and management. Since I submitted my license application, I stopped exercising said functions and thus complied with the constitutional requirement”, he indicated.
In addition, boluarte He clarified that any document that he signed with the civil associations after requesting the license was to guarantee the succession of his replacement and not as part of the management functions.
“Any document signed after my license application is strictly limited to the necessary registry correction to guarantee the succession of my replacement. and does not respond at all to leadership or management functions”, Boluarte stated in the statement.
It should be noted that article 126 of the Political Constitution of Peru establishes that the ministers “They cannot be managers of their own interests or those of third parties, nor carry out a lucrative activity nor intervene in the direction or management of companies or private associations.”.
In the report issued by the Comptrollerafter supervising the affidavits of the Minister of Development and Social Inclusion until January of this year, it was detected that there would be an alleged constitutional infraction because she signed documents as part of the directive of the Club Apurímac Departmental Association.
At the moment, Dina Boluarte is in the city of Davos, Switzerland, to participate in the Annual Assembly of the World Economic Forum and plans to return to the country on May 27.