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Friday, February 3, 2023

The President of Parliament admits that a coup in Peru is impractical

At the same time, the resigned Defense Minister, Daniel Barragán, flatly denied the rumors collected and amplified by right-wing parties and related media outlets.

Rumors went that Barragán resigned because he did not support the alleged coup attempt by President Castillo against Parliament, leading to the vacancy (removal) of the President, regarding an agreement between the Legislature and the military leadership. in to talk.

Williams declared that there was no reason or support for a government coup because, according to him, it would lack arguments, and support from some examples, would be a clear signal to the armed forces.

“A coup must have a cause, it must have a connection, there must be state agents and agencies that agree,” requirements that do not exist, he said.

When asked by the press, he replied that he had not received any notes from the intelligence services about the coup or the takeover of the Legislative Palace.

On the same day as Barragán’s resignation, President Pedro Castillo and the Council of Ministers denied that the government intended to break the constitutional order and insisted on the Legislature’s call for dialogue on governance.

However, extreme right-wing legislators Marycarmon Alva, Martha Moyano and Norma Yaro, and the originator of Castillo’s vacancy motion, Edward Málaga, spent the night at the headquarters of Congress to “defend and protect” the Palace legislation. To friends

Such an attitude was considered ridiculous by centrist Congressman Susel Paredes, who dismissed the rumors and also criticized the reinforcement of the fence, which encircles the Legislative Palace in a wide perimeter and prevents the public from accessing the Congress headquarters.

The parliament, controlled by far-right forces, has been rejected by more than 80 percent in opinion polls.

On the other hand, the Constitutional Impeachment Subcommittee of the Peruvian Congress rejected a charge of constitutional violations against Vice President Dina Boluaarte, which sought to disqualify her from holding public functions for 10 years for a minor violation, which If successful, they would have been vested. removal from office. Event.

The congressional group decided by 13 votes in favor and eight against and made Bolvarte Castillo’s successor in the event of a presidential vacancy.

Earlier, Boluaarte relinquished her endorsement as Minister of Social Inclusion, arguing that she preferred to stay out of political polarisation.

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