The Minister of the Interior responded within six hours to three interrogatory statements before the Congress of the Republic.
Vicente Romero, current Minister of the Interior, appeared this Wednesday before the Congress to answer parliamentarians’ questions about their work in the face of the uncertainty of the country’s citizens. In this regard, he acknowledged that we are living in a difficult time, but the state of emergency has reduced criminal activity.
The head of the Minister pointed out that in San Juan de Lurigancho criminal activity decreased by 28%; while in San Martín de Porres there was a decrease of 18%.
Vicente Romero answered 18 questions in motion No. 8108, to explain the alleged inefficiency of the interior sector and his lack of management of the ministry. In the second motion 8111, in 32 questions, he ordered the actions taken against the wave of robbery, assault and extortion throughout the country.
And in the last motion 8273, in only 15 questions, he gave his answer to the criticism of his performance in the Ministry and his lack of leadership in the fight against citizen insecurity.
“We are all involved, society itself. If a passerby or a car user leaves a wallet or cell phone in sight of any customer, it is likely to be a provocation and they may pull the cell phone, breaking the window. “We all need to work together on the security of citizens,” he said during his plenary address.
The Minister of Interior determined that 3,803 foreign citizens were deported from the country. These penalties are given because they have conducted activities against public order, presented false immigration documentation, served their judicial sentence, by court order, for recidivism and for maintaining a non regular immigration status.
Regarding the implementation of the budget for his sector, he indicated that regarding procurement for the security of citizens, 100% is expected to be implemented by the end of the year.
They are looking for their censorship
Congressmen from various groups collected signatures for two motions of censure against the Minister of the Interior, Vicente Romero. The first was initiated by legislators from the bench of Peru Libre such as Kelly Portalatino, Américo Gonza, Margot Palacios, María Agüero and Flavio Cruz.
Then, lawmaker Elvis Vergara (Popular Action) announced that Vicente Romero’s management “showed inefficiency,” which is why he asked his colleagues for coherence in signing the document.
They refused to debate a motion of censure against Rosselli Amuruz
Previously, with 51 votes in favor, 14 against and 35 abstentions, the plenary session of Congress rejected the admission of the debate on the motion of censure against the third vice president of CongressRosselli Amuruz, for participating in a party that ended in the killing of the communicator Christian Tirado happened on Saturday, October 1.
The document, signed by at least 27 parliamentarians, states that the lawmaker of Country Developments “he failed to respect institutional mourning” by attending this social gathering.
The trips made by the legislator to Colombia, Panama, Spain, the Dominican Republic and Argentina during the week of representation are also considered.