If this request is accepted, Podemos Peru would once again be a bench with five members, a condition that it had lost in March after the resignation of Carlos Anderson.
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If this request is accepted, Podemos Peru would once again be a bench with five members, a condition that it had lost in March after the resignation of Carlos Anderson. (Photo: Facebook Óscar Zea)
Congressman Óscar Zea formally requested to join < /b>We can Peru, after resigning from the Free Peru parliamentary group earlier this month.
Through an official letter sent to the president of the Podemos party, José Luna Gálvez, the former member of the governing party's caucus communicated your intent.
“I am pleased to address you, in order to greet you cordially, and at the same time, express my interest in being part of the Parliamentary Group Podemos Peru, which you have the good pleasure of directing and representing, from the Legislative Power”, he indicated.
“I am convinced that the current political situation demands that we act responsibly to respond to the citizens who gave us their trust to be represented, focusing on the real problems they face”, he added.
Official letter sent by Óscar Zea to the president of Podemos Peru. (Photo: Congress)
If Óscar Zea's request is accepted, Podemos Peru will once again be a bench with five members , condition that had been lost on March 16 after the resignation of Carlos Anderson.
With the departure of Anderson, Podemos Peru ceased to have the status of a parliamentary group as it did not have the minimum number of members established by Congress regulations (5).
As you remember, on June 2, Óscar Zea presented his irrevocable resignation from the Peru Libre caucus, through a letter sent to the spokesman for the ruling caucus, Waldemar Cerrón.
It should be noted that in In the letter, the former ruling party legislator argued “reasons of principle and conscience” in his decision to distance himself from Free Peru.
Zea Choquechambi was Minister of Agrarian Development and Irrigation from February 8 to May 22 of this year. He was replaced in office by Javier Arce Alvarado.