The Congress men Patricia Chirinos (Advance Country) and Charles Anderson (Not Grouped) withdrew their signatures from the interpellation motion filed against the Vice President and Minister of Development and Social Inclusion, Dina Boluarte.
Via two separate trades sent this Wednesday, June 1 to the senior official of the Congress of the Republic, Hugo Rovira Zagal, both legislators requested the withdrawal of their signatures from the order of business motion 2820.
It should be noted that an interpellation motion can be presented with at least 20 supporting signatures. Without the signatures of Anderson and Chirinos, the document was left with only 19.
The Popular Renovation caucus, with the signatures of legislators from Alianza para el Progreso, Avanza País, Somos Perú and the Purple Party, presented an interpellation motion against Dina Boluartewho admitted having signed documents in favor of the Apurimac Departmental Club when he already held a position in the State.
If Boluarte is questioned in plenary, the door is opened for eventual censorship and removal from office, as happened in the cases of the former Ministers of Labor, Betssy Chavez; and Health, Hernan Condori.
According to the motion, presented at the initiative of Jorge Montoya, Boluarte Zegarra must answer before Congress six questions related to the complaint for alleged violation of the Constitution.
Last week, a report from the Comptroller General of the Republic determined that Dina Boluarte would have incurred an infringement of article 126 of the Constitution for having signed documents as president of the private association Club Departamental Apurímac, during the current government.
The aforementioned article of the Magna Carta says verbatim that the holders of the different portfolios “They cannot exercise any other public function, except the legislative one”.
“The ministers 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”details the highest ranking standard.