President peter castle announced, this Friday, that it does not accept the resignation of the prime minister, Hannibal Torres, who will remain in charge of the PCM. These declarations were presented shortly before of the change of cabinet which reported last Thursday, August 4.
“I have not accepted the resignation of the premier, Aníbal Torres, who agrees to continue working for our country,” The president indicated through social networks, in response to the letter presented by Torres in which he indicated that he was making his position available.
However, changes will be made in the cabinet. This measure was communicated by the same peter castle, last Thursday, when he was on his way to the Public Prosecutor’s Office to declare in the case of promotions in the Armed Forces.
Before ratifying Torres Vásquez as head of the PCM, the head of state made a request to the benches that make up Congress so that they can present them with proposals from specialists, with the aim of having them join the changes in the new cabinet, which would be “broad based.”
After the announcements made, the president made changes in six ministerial offices, such as the Ministries of Labor, Foreign Affairs, Housing, Economy, Culture, and Transport and Communications.
Among the most outstanding facts is the return of the parliamentarian Betssy Chávez to the ministerial cabinet, this time in the hands of the Culture portfolio. Salas, the former head of said sector, would go on to command the Labor office.
Among the additions there is Miguel Rodríguez Mackay, in charge of the Foreign Ministry, and Kurt Burneo, who will be responsible for the Economy portfolio.