César Acuña on Pedro Castillo's message to the nation: “He has lost the opportunity to make a mea culpa or demarcation”

César Acuña on Pedro Castillo's message to the nation: “He has lost the opportunity to make a mea culpa or demarcation”

On Twitter, he indicated that today's speech “was the right time to do it” and emphasized that our reality is “very different” from that described by the head of state.

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César Acuña on Pedro Castillo's message to the nation: “He has lost the opportunity to make a mea culpa or deslinde&rdquo ;

On Twitter, he indicated that today's speech “was the right time to do it” and emphasized that our reality is “very different” from that described by the head of state. (Photo: El Comercio)

The leader of the Alliance for Progress (APP) party, César Acuña, considered that the president Pedro Castillo “ has lost the opportunity to make a mea culpa or demarcation” with the acts of corruption that are imputed to him in his message to the nation this Thursday, July 28.

Through his Twitter account, he indicated that today's speech “was the right time to do it” and emphasized that our reality is “very different” from what was described by the head of state.

“President Castillo has lost the opportunity to make a mea culpa or demarcation for the serious acts that are imputed to him. The message to the Nation was the right time to do it. Our reality is very different from what is described”, he wrote on the social network.

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As recalled, Pedro Castillo admitted having made mistakes in the appointments he made, since he considered that he gave confidence to officials and did not they knew how to take advantage of it.

During his message to the Nation in the Chamber of Congress, the president clarified that the acts committed by the people who gave the trust, are opposed to their values.

“I must admit that we have made mistakes with some designations, as well as give confidence to those who took advantage and mocked it. Nothing more opposed and distant from my values, my principles, my dignity are the acts that my own parents have instilled in me”, he pointed out.

In that sense, he said he recognized the work carried out by the Prosecutor's Office and the Judiciary, in reference to the investigations carried out against former officials such as the former Secretary General of the Government Palace Bruno Pacheco and former minister Juan Silva.

“I recognize the work being done by the Public Ministry and the Judiciary, because in our country we suffer from an ancestral thirst for justice, which must be imparted equally and without distinction of ideologies and political colors”, he asserted.