Kuczynski: “There’s A Lot to Do in Peru”


President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski (PPK) said on Thursday that his government works so that the people can count with hospitals where they can receive a better and faster attention.

The Chief of State also underlined that since the people want health centers that give better attention, he and his team are working all over the country because “there’s a lot to do”, according to El Comercio.

Among the upcoming activities in the country that he has in schedule are a visit to the electric station Carhuaquero–Cajamarca Norte–Cáclic–Moyobamba where he will be present during its inauguration. This facility will better the electric connection in the region, says El Comercio.

PPK will also supervise medical attentions in the Hospital II-2 in Tarapoto in order to observe that the citizens are receiving proper health care in external doctor’s offices, emergency rooms, intensive care units for newborns, and several others.

The President also wishes to speak with several of the patients present, including Alina, a lady whose baby’s life was saved in this hospital.

All of this is taking place while the Peruvian Congress is generating a consensus to approve a future presidential vacancy because of Kuczynski’s links to the Odebrecht scandal.

(Cover Photo Wikimedia Commons)

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