The President In Boluarte asked Parliament for permission to travel to Deer to participate in the Inaugural Summit of Leaders of the Alliance of the Americas for Economic Prosperity (APE), which will be organized by the Government of the North American country. This request takes place in the context of the economic recession in which Peru finds itself, as announced by the Minister of Economy, Alex Contreras.
The letter mentions the activities to be done by the head of state during his stay in the city of Washington and the state of Maryland. November 3 and 4 are the first, because meetings are planned with the leaders of APEP, with representatives of the Chamber of Commerce in EE. UU.as well as the authorities of the Inter-American Development Bank (BID).
The Government emphasized the importance of managing the foreign policy relationships with other representatives of countries invited to the summit. Also, emphasis was placed on issues to be discussed such as the creation of quality work, the deepening of economic relations with other States, and the attraction of investments Responsible for financing projects in the country.
Peru at the APEP summit
The State of Peru has been part of the APEP summit since its inception, together with Barbados, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuadorlos deer, Mexico, Uruguay Panama. The Alliance for Economic Prosperity of the Americas is defined as a “regional cooperation” to spread and promote competition, prosperity, and exclusive and sustainable investment.
Dina Boluarte’s other trips
This travel request for transfer to the US is not the first one the president has requested. In August he registered a visit to the Federal Republic of Brazil and then to the United States and Europe. Later, Boluarte visited Germany, Italy, and The Vatican. In all his departures from the country, he had the support and approval of the Legislature.
Criticisms about Boluarte’s travels
Not only is the president in the middle of questions about his trips abroad and his form of government at a distance, but two vacancy motions have been filed against him for the same. According to one of the documents presented, Boluarte is accused of violating Article 115 of the Political Constitution of Peru, which unconstitutionally left the national territory.
The signatories of the motion belong to the banks Free Peru, Popular Action, Peru Bicentennial, Magisterial Block and Democratic Change-Together for Peru and some are not groups like Susel Paredes.