Peruvian President Ollanta Humala began on Friday the reconstruction process of the zones affected by the earthquake that struck Peru in August 2007, and said there will be “less talk and more action” during his administration with constant visits around the country to inspect the execution of works.
He said his main duty as Peru president is to look for the welfare of the population. Thus, one of the first things to be carried out is the reconstruction of the city of Pisco.
“The Army’s engineering battalions will remove the rubbish and will be in charge of asphalting the roads and sidewalks. We will also deploy more police officers to take care of the public safety so everyone can feel safer,” said the president.
President Humala went on to say that he wants to build a society with better quality of life, education, security and health.
“That is why we want to establish an effective government, which starts working right away, with less talk and more action. That is what I want to do for all of you.”
The Peruvian president made these statements after placing the first stone of Alto Molino urban project in Pisco.
Humala said there will be “less talk and more action” during his administration, as well as constant visits around the country to inspect the execution of public works.