President Of Peru Threatens To Dissolve Congress If They Don’t Approve Reform


The president of Peru, Martín Vizcarra, demanded this Sunday to the legislative branch, the approval of the constitutional reform against corruption, otherwise, he will proceed to dissolve the Congress of the Republic.

For this reason, he called for an extraordinary event for next Wednesday, in order to discuss the legislative measure, said Telesur.

“Through a televised message to the nation, the President said that, if he receives a refusal from the entity, he could dissolve it (the Congress) according to what is established in the constitution of the South American nation”, the aforementioned media informed.

Likewise, the Head of State indicated that 40 days ago the reforms to the justice system were presented to the Congress and they have not fulfilled any of the established tasks.

“The presented proposals were: the reform of the National Council of Magistrates; the bicameralism of the Congress of the Republic; the non-re-election of congressmen; and a transparent system of political parties.

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