In the document, the parliamentarians recall that one of the agreements was that the following benefits be extended for six months: a non-commissioned officer of the National Police of Peru (PNP) as security personnel, the use of a vehicle and a supply of fuel and one driver per shift.
Against this, they argue that said agreement goes against what is established in the regulation of numeral 16 of Legislative Decree 1148, Law of the National Police of Peruwhich establishes that the right to semi-integral security corresponds only to the president and vice presidents of Congress.
Next, they emphasized that the use of a vehicle, fuel supply and a driver per shift commit resources not budgeted by the Legislative Power.
The second agreement they requested was that the measure that establishes the remuneration level corresponding to the former president of Congress be eliminated when they start working within Parliament, due to their “invaluable expertise in the work of the National Parliament”.
“The hasty agreement is an excess of discretion of the Board of Directors that approved it, to the extent that it seeks to sponsor personal interests and labor expectations for the former presidents of Congressbordering on an obvious conflict of interest on the part of the president (María del Carmen Alva) who signed the agreement”, they stated.
For this reason, they request to nullify both agreements that were approved during the management of María del Carmen Alva as president of the Parliament’s Board of Directors.
The congressmen who sign this motion are Silvana Robles (Free Peru), Flor Pablo (Integrity and Development), Susel Paredes (Integrity and Development), Luis Kamiche (Democratic Peru) and Alex Flores (Free Peru).