César Acuña: "Calling a referendum for the Constituent Assembly is not a priority or convenient"

César Acuña: “Calling a referendum for the Constituent Assembly is not a priority or convenient”

the leader of ,considered that the call for a referendum for the Constituent Assembly, whose project was announced by the president “paralyzes investment, generates confusion and is not a priority or convenient.”

Through his Twitter account, the former presidential candidate pointed out that the country does not need polarization, but “consensus and a new cabinet” to get out of the political, economic and institutional crisis.

“Calling a referendum for the Constituent Assembly paralyzes investment, generates confusion and is not a priority or convenient. Peru does not need polarization but consensus and a new cabinet to get out of the serious political, economic and institutional crisis that we are suffering”he wrote on the social network.

As recalled, Castle Lumps announced that he will present a bill to Congress so that in the be consulted in referendum to determine if the country agrees to a new constitution.

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From the where the VI Decentralized Council of Ministersthe head of state indicated that although it is true that Parliament has in its hands the power to approve a referendum, the Government will work on said proposal to be debated.

“I must announce that we are going to send a bill to the Congress of the Republic, following the constitutional course, so that in these upcoming municipal and regional elections, Congress approves this bill so that the people can be consulted through a ballot. Peruvian whether or not he agrees with a new Constitution”he expressed.

“It is true that the Congress of the Republic has this power in its hands, we will send that bill that we are going to work on immediately”added the president.


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