The president of the Board of Directors of the Congress, Maria del Carmen Alvapointed out that the issues that are not seen until next friday july 15 They will go to the next legislature. Likewise, he remarked that, even though there are many projects, not all will be viewable in the current session.
“(The legislature) has been extended until this Friday the 15th. There may be many bills. It is always so. But you can’t see all of them. Those who are not seen go to the next legislature. Next week the commissions have to order themselves, make their management reports and there are other important issues that have to be seen administratively, “he said after being asked by congresswoman Susel Paredes during the plenary session.
Also, despite the criticism and low approval of the current Congressexhorted the other parliamentarians to be proud of the bills they have approved.
“I think we haven’t had a break. First time that Congress does not stop. We have a very good legislative production. Please be proud of what you have passed. So no, there is no intention (to extend the legislature),” he concluded.
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Congress works for “whites and Indians”, according to María del Carmen Alva
On July 9, during his participation in an activity of the Parliament in the region of Piura, Maria del Carmen Alva pointed out that the Congress that he presides worked for “poor and rich, white and Indian”.
“Those who do not want to work for the people are them (Executive Power), who say that they are the ‘Government of the people’, which is their phrase. Our phrase is: ‘A congress for all’ (…), all without exception, at the national level, Lima and regions united, whites and Indians united, poor and rich united, we do not have a divisive discourse of class struggle” said the legislator.
Mirtha Vásquez pronounces on Alva’s phrase
to criticism of Maria del Carmen Alvathe former head of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (PCM) joined Mirtha Vasquezwho referred to the divisive phrase used by the president of Congress by ensuring that the Legislative he did work for “rich and poor, white and Indian.” For the former member of Executivewhat has been expressed is a sign that it is not yet recognized that Peru is a multicultural country.
“Two hundred years later, we still have a hard time accepting that we are a multicultural country. Two hundred years later, we still do not know that we have a legal pluralism that admits customary justice. Two hundred years later, we still racialize our relationships (Indians and whites),” he posted on his Twitter account.