Peru Votes Against The Re-Election Of Legislators


Peruvian citizens gave broad support to the political and judicial reform proposed by President Martín Vizcarra, which will lead to the first change of the Constitution in a quarter of a century.

“More than 85% of those who went to the polls voted against the immediate re-election of legislators and against having, after almost three decades, a bicameral Congress with senators and deputies”, said El Cronista today.

Also, Peruvians supported a bill that regulates the financing of political parties and a government initiative that creates a new system for appointing judges and prosecutors.

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