A total of 26 bills, including three for constitutional reform, have been sent by the Executive to the Legislative, but to date they have not been approved, despite the fact that the Constitution and the Regulations of Congress establish that these types of initiatives must be prioritized . On April 5, the head of state, Pedro Castillo, told Parliament spokesmen that he hopes these initiatives will be heeded. The next day, Prime Minister Aníbal Torres sent a letter to the head of Congress, María del Carmen Alva, informing her of these.
In an April 14 report from the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (PCM), to which La República had access, these data were updated. Despite the fact that some proposals have been sent for more than six months, 19 are still in committee, only four have an opinion, two are on the plenary agenda and one is on the agenda.