The former presidential candidate indicated that the list headed by Lady Camones guarantees “clear political control, of opposition”, to the government of Pedro Castillo.
César Acuña is the founder of the César Vallejo University and the Alianza para el Progreso party. (Photo: GEC file)
The president of the Alliance for Progress (APP) party, César Acuña, assured that his bench has a single list, “representative of a democratic pact”, and invited other parliamentary groups to join it.
Through his Twitter account, the former presidential candidate indicated that the list led by Lady Camones for the Board of Directors of Congress guarantees a “clear political control of the opposition” , to the government of Pedro Castillo.
“The chaotic situation in the country demands a clear political control, of opposition, to the government of Pedro Castillo and that guarantees the list chaired by Lady Camones. APP has a single list, representative of a democratic pact to which we invite the rest of the forces to join”, he wrote on the social network.
This Sunday, the first list for the election of the new 2022-2023 Board of Directors, headed by Lady Camones (Alliance for Progress), was presented.
Completing this list in the first vice presidency is Martha Moyano (Popular Force), while Digna Calle (Podemos Peru) and Wilmar Elera (Somos Peru ) will do so in the second and third vice presidencies.
In this regard, the APP spokesman, Eduardo Salhuana, was confident of achieving the support of the other parliamentary benches in the election that will take place on Tuesday, July 26.
“We propose a list of outstanding colleagues by benches who have worked with a lot of effort in this first year. I am sure that we will achieve the adhesion of other groups”, he expressed in statements to the Congress Channel.
“ This is the list that we are presenting, backed by four benches, and obviously we welcome the other nominations, all of this within the democratic game that is normal in a representative democracy like ours”, he added.
It should be noted that last Saturday the candidacy of Gladys Echaíz was announced at the head of another list for the election of the Board of Directors, with the support of Popular Renewal and Advance Country.