Ollanta Humala said that he doesn?t need a government plan yet


The leader of “Partido Nacionalista Peruano”, Ollanta Humala, said that he does not have a government plan and justified the situation by assuring that country will be very different in six months from now.
"It is not the moment for preparing a government plan because we are still working in the elaboration of a project. The important thing now is for the party to become formal and accepted by the Jurado Nacional de Elecciones (National Jury of Elections)", said Ollanta Humala to Radio RPP.

During the interview he also said that a "dirty campaign" against his party exists, because the traditional parties considers his party to be the "monster" that lately has shown a increase in the recent surveys.



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