Keiko Fujimori rules out running for the presidency: "I think I have to wait"

Keiko Fujimori rules out running for the presidency: “I think I have to wait”

Rule out apply. The president of the Fuerza Popular political party, assured that although the “deserves” a , does not intend to participate as a candidate for now. This was stated by her at a political event held by her group in Piura.

“Today I defend, I believe that our country deserves an early election to get out of this crisis. And having every possibility of being a candidate, I also believe that I should wait”, indicated Keiko Fujimori.

“Because I am not going to be one more factor or an excuse for the reds to keep blaming me. I believe, as the president of the largest party in the country, (that) our country comes first,” she added.

LOOK: They request the creation of the Defense of the Military to legally advise the personnel of the Armed Forces.

Advancement of general elections would only be seen in March

In light of what has happened in recent weeks, it is almost a fact that there will be no early general elections in October of this year, that President Dina Boluarte will not resign, that congressmen will continue in their seats, and that both in the Executive and in the Legislature they will wait, from the stands, for the protests in the streets to subside.

On Friday, the president asked the parliamentarians to “reconsider the advancement of elections.” Yesterday, the president of the Congress, clearly responded that everything is in the hands of the Plenary, where – according to congressman Carlos Anderson – “there are at least two thirds of parliamentarians (87) who do not have the political will” to address the issue.


Land mafias lurk on the border of La Molina and Pachacámac

Source link

Previous Story

Haitians repatriated from the DR denounce “nightmare” in the neighboring country

Next Story

Eagles and Chiefs ready for battle in Super Bowl LVII

Latest from Peru