The Minister of Justice, Eduardo Arana supported the president, In Boluarte, part of the lawsuit filed against the National Registry of Identification and Civil Status (Reniec) in the amount of S/428,000. He mentioned in a press conference: “This is meant to point out that Ms. Boluarte’s labor rights should expire if someone holds a public office. She started her lawsuit when she was still a worker. He exercised his individual and labor rights.”
The owner of Ministry of Justice He argued that Boluarte’s request for said payment was made when he did not hold any public office. He stated: “You exercised your right to receive the labor benefits that correspond to you, they are inalienable rights and cannot be ignored. It is important to mention that, during the judicial process, Boluarte obtained two favorable resolutions. The case filed continues “.
Dina Boluarte: for what reasons did she ask for S/428,000 from the State?
According to the journalistic report of ‘Panorama’, the president requested a corresponding payment for the following concepts:
- Christmas baskets
Boluarte presented the suit and continued without major problems when he became vice president of the Castillo Government; However, in 2021 a conciliation hearing was held between the president and the entity to establish an agreement. He decided not to negotiate and continued to sue for the cost of the taxi to get to his work center.
The process continued and, in December 2021, through a resolution in favor of the former vice president, it was dictated that Reniec pay S/290,000 for vacations not taken and vacation pay in Boluarte, as well as S/60,000 for time service charge (CTS).
Despite this, the head of state was not satisfied and presented a lawsuit to the Judiciary to get the highest possible amount of money. In this way, he received S/84,000 for union benefits, which he did not belong to Syndicate.
After four months, Reniec appealed the initial sentence, but a resolution was issued in favor of Boluarte. This time, the institution had to pay him S/239,000. Despite this, Reniec continued to appeal to RIGHTS which the president claimed for the work of the union, a responsibility he did not fulfill.