SNP welcomes the appointment of Dina Boluarte as president and calls for dialogue

SNP welcomes the appointment of Dina Boluarte as president and calls for dialogue

The welcomed the appointment of as President of the Republic in compliance with the constitutional order, after the vacancy of Pedro Castillo by Congress, after trying to break the democratic order and the rule of law in our country.

In addition, the union calls on political groups and civil society to dialogue in order to achieve a national unity against corruption.

“We agree on the need to leave confrontations behind, calling on all political forces, unions and civil society to dialogue to build a government of national unity; as well as the need to eradicate corruption that unfortunately is entrenched in all levels of the state apparatus “he pointed.

LOOK: Dina Boluarte met with magistrates of the Constitutional Court in the Palace

“We recognize and appreciate the commitment of the National Prosecutor’s Office, the Judiciary, the Constitutional Court, the Congress of the Republic, the Armed Forces, the National Police and all our democratic institutions for their unrestricted respect for the Constitution, showing firmness against any attempt to breakdown of the democratic order”added the SNP.

unconstitutional action

As is known, Pedro Castillo ordered this Wednesday, December 7, the temporary dissolution of Congress and the establishment of an emergency government, for the recovery of democratic order and the balance of powers.

In this regard, it issued the following measures: “temporarily dissolve the Congress of the Republic and establish an exceptional emergency government. Call as soon as possible elections for a new Congress with constituent powers to draft a new Constitution within a period of no more than nine months.

After that, the high command of the National Police agreed to support Congress in the face of the coup and hours later the Plenary Session of Parliament approved, with 101 votes in favor, the vacancy of Pedro Castillo.

Finally, in the afternoon, Dina Boluarte was sworn in by Parliament as the new president of the Republic of Peru.


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