One of the president’s letters Dina Boluarte to assume the leadership of his Ministerial Cabinet would be the ambassador to the United Nations, Luis Chuquihuara. This was confirmed by sources from the Palace to La República. The diplomat is on his way to our country, coming from Belgium.
The president Dina Boluarte He said this Friday that the swearing in of his new prime minister will be this Saturday. The same sources indicate that it will be at 10 in the morning. The president also stressed that her Ministerial Cabinet It will not be made up of congressmen.
Luis Chuquihuara was Secretary General of the Presidency during the government of Ollanta Humala. He was also ambassador to Belgium, Luxembourg, El Salvador, Belize, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein. He was also head of the advisory cabinet of the presidency of the Judiciary. He is a career diplomat.
The ambassador had had previous communications with the president where he expressed his rejection of the former president’s decision Pedro Castillo to dissolve the Congress and reorganize the Public Ministry, the Judiciary, the Constitutional Court and the National Board of Justice.
Chuquihuara was not the only option evaluated by Boluarte. In his sights was the former Ombudsman, Walter Gutierrez. “Walter is a trusted man of Dina,” said Executive sources. However, the former defender did not accept the president’s proposal, according to the same sources. This newspaper wrote and called Gutiérrez on the phone to get his version, but at the end of this article he did not respond.