Renovación Popular will present the vacancy motion against Pedro Castillo on Tuesday, March 8

Jorge Montoya: “The government is infested with mediocrity and improvised, this is not enough”

The spokesman for the Popular Renovation caucus, assured that the government of the president “it is infested with mediocrity and improvisation” and considered that the situation “does not give for more”.

Through his official Twitter account, the opposition legislator stated that the country “It is entering a point of no return and that will be disastrous for our history”.

“The government is infested with mediocrity and improvisation, this is not enough because the country is entering a point of no return and that will be disastrous for our history”he wrote on the social network.

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As is recalled, the Popular Renovation caucus supported two motions in Congress to dismiss Castle Lumps. The first was presented in December 2021 and was not admitted for debate.

Meanwhile, the second was admitted to debate by the Plenary. The president went to exercise his right to defense and after a debate that lasted until almost midnight, Parliament rejected the vacancy request.

There were two attempts to remove peter castle of the Presidency of the Republic, in the midst of the constant friction between the Executive and Legislative since the president assumed the leadership of the Government on July 28 of last year.


The Archbishop of Huancayo, Pedro Barreto, had a meeting at the Government Palace, after which he said that Castillo has promised to initiate a “radical change of direction” as president and that he will soon be announcing what this change consists of. In addition, the Ministry of Labor authorized a strike by airport workers. Also, presidential thanks commission analyzes Antauro’s pardon. And, the last inhabitants of a Ukrainian city live under the rubble.

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