The parliamentarian for Free Peru Víctor Cutipa was asked about the last comments of the leader of your political organization, Vladimir Cerronwho pointed out that the change of the constitution should come “either by a peaceful way or by a non-peaceful way.”
In that sense, the congressman avoided defending the words of the former regional governor, but he was in favor of drafting a new Magna Carta to replace the 1993 one.
“The best thing is that we go to a referendum and there in a direct way that the electoral population decides if they want it or not (…). It would have to be express what he means by ‘not peaceful’. I do not want to be a defender of Mr. Cerrón”, he expressed in an interview with Canal N.
He also commented that if the initiative to change the political constitution proceeds, “Peru could be the first country to have a constituent assembly that does not precede a social upheaval.”
Later, he reaffirmed his support for the search for a new Magna Carta and announced that will insist on it, but not in the same way as Cerrón Rojassince he clarified that he would do it in a democratic way.
“Within Congress there are two legislative initiatives that still seek the installation of a constituent assembly. I will insist on it, of course, but within the democratic framework. The project that was approved on Friday is anti-democratic, I am not saying anti-constitutional, but it is anti-democratic”, he added.
Vladimir Cerrón affirms that the new constitution would arrive “by a non-peaceful way”
The Secretary General of Free Peru, Vladimir Cerrónmentioned the need to change the Political Constitution of Peru and remarked that it could be “through a non-peaceful way.”
“We have reaffirmed since the party was founded: in Peru there will be no changes if the Political Constitution is not changed, either by a peaceful way or by a non-peaceful wayunfortunately”, he asserted last May 3 in one of the premises of the pencil party.