From Arequipa, the prime minister stated that with this attitude he seeks to “cover up” and “disguise” the commission of other crimes that have been committed in our country .
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From Arequipa, the prime minister stated that with this attitude he seeks to “cover up” and “disguise” the commission of other crimes that have been committed in our country. (Photo: Presidency)/
The President of the Council of Ministers, Aníbal Torres, stated that there is a “concert of wills” to charge the Executive Branch with various crimes without any evidence, based solely on the statements of aspiring effective collaborators.
From Arequipa, where he participated in the session of the XVII Decentralized Council of Ministers, the prime minister stated that with this attitude he seeks to “cover up” and “dissimulate” the commission of other crimes that have been committed in our country.
“It is very bad and we cannot be silent that there is a concert of wills of certain politicians, certain media and certain prosecutors to charge the Executive the commission of crimes without any proof, only with the fact of third parties. What are they doing with it? Covering up, disguising the commission of the great crimes that have been committed in our country”, he expressed.
“They are hiding, for example, the corruption of Lava Jato. I ask the prosecutors, what happened to that great corruption with which they took billions of dollars? Criminals remain free, dominating certain sectors of the press and attacking the Executive to cover up their crimes”, he added.
Statements by Aníbal Torres in Arequipa
In this sense, Torres Vásquez also referred that there are many works paralyzed by billions of soles and submitted to arbitration processes due to corruption.
“It has been mentioned that many works are paralyzed. Many works? Thousands of works, billions paralyzed, many of them due to corruption, the kind that wants to cover up their crimes by accusing the commission of negative acts to the Executive. Those are the ones who made those tenders and then the execution of the work fell through and now it is subject to arbitrary (sic)”, he limited.
To solve this problem, the head of the PCM indicated that the Executive Power sent a bill to Congress in order to unblock the works through a liquidation in the part that has already been carried out and then continue with the execution of the project. balance.
“We ask Congress to address that need, we don't know why it doesn't do so”, expressed < b>Aníbal Torres during his closing speech at the Decentralized Council of Ministers.