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Pedro Castillo on a possible closing of the Congress: “It is a faculty of the same people”

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Pedro Castillo on a possible closing of the Congress: "It is a faculty of the same people"

The president of the Republic, , He went back to talk and this time he did it about the possibility of an eventual closing of Congress.

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In a brief statement, from Tacna, to where the president traveled yesterday to participate in a posthumous tribute to the congressman of Peru Libre Fernando Herrera, he said: “It is a faculty of the same town,” when asked if he would close the Congress of the Republic.

Castillo was on board a truck and when he was pressed on the matter, the vehicle that was transferring him started off.

In the edition of last Tuesday, September 26, Peru21 reported the president’s intention to encourage, with Conare-Movadef marches to the interior of the country, the dissolution of Parliament.

Precisely, on the day that Prime Minister Mirtha Vásquez went to the Legislative Branch to ask for a vote of confidence –which will be defined on November 4– for her cabinet, the pro-government laptop shouted out loud: “Castillo, close the Congress.”

The president’s words once again open a scenario where the government is placed in a confrontational position against the first power of the State that represents the citizens.

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