The interpellation, promoted by Avanza País, was approved with 67 votes in favor, 36 against and one abstention. If the minister's responses are not satisfactory, the congressmen can promote a motion of censure, which, if approved, forces the official to resign from office.
- Lady Camones and César Acuña: How weakened are APP and the party leader after the audios?
- They include Aníbal Torres and Félix Chero in Pedro Castillo's investigation
Minister Willy Huerta must answer an interpellatory statement of 12 questions/
The plenary session of Congress questions this Wednesday at 6 in the afternoon the Minister of the Interior, Willy Huerta, who must answer 12 questions about the abrupt changes in key positions in the Police and the case of the Colonel PNP Harvey Colchado, coordinator of the special team that supports the work of the prosecution, who was reported to the Inspectorate by President Pedro Castillo.
The Interpellation, promoted by Avanza País, was approved with 67 votes in favor, 36 against and one abstention. If the minister's answers are not satisfactory, the congressmen can promote a motion of censure, which, if approved, forces the official to resign from the post.
The congressmen await explanations about the removal of the general commander of the National Police, the chief of staff of the PNP and the general inspector, in the midst of the complaint that the president filed against Colonel Harvey Colchado, who is investigating the presidential environment.< /p>
Congress has already applied the figure of censorship in the cases of the Ministers of Culture, Betssy Chávez; Health, Hernán Condori; and Interior, Dimitri Senmache. When the debate on the censorship of the now fugitive Juan Silva was in full swing, he resigned.
On Monday, Parliament questioned the Minister of Transport , Geiner Alvarado, and there is already talk of a possible censorship. Meanwhile, the opposition presented a request to question the head of Agrarian Development and Irrigation, Andrés Alencastre.