Congressman Digna Calle: “It is demonstrated once again that personal and electoral benefits prevail”

Congressman Digna Calle: “It is demonstrated once again that personal and electoral benefits prevail”

Second Vice President indicated that she is still waiting for the debate on her project to advance elections to be opened and regretted that the interests of the country are not put first.

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Congresswoman Digna Calle: “It is demonstrated once again that personal and electoral benefits prevail”

Second vice president indicated that she is still waiting for the debate on her project to advance elections to be opened and regretted that the interests of the country are not put first. (Photo: Congress)

The second vice president of Congress, Digna Calle (Podemos Peru ) affirmed that it has been demonstrated, once again, that personal and electoral benefits prevail by not debating his project to advance the general elections.

Through her Twitter account, the parliamentarian indicated that she is still waiting for the debate on the legislative initiative to open and regretted that the interests of the country are not put first.

“My early elections project was presented in April, and I'm still waiting for the debate to open. I regret that the interests of the country are not put forward, and it is demonstrated, once again, that personal and electoral benefits prevail ”, she wrote on the social network.

It should be noted that last Thursday the Podemos Peru bloc requested to include the Digna Calle bill on the legislative agenda, which proposes cutting the mandates of congressmen and the president to convene early elections.

Through a document, addressed to the President of Parliament, Lady Camones (Alliance for Progress), the group proposed a series of legal initiatives that it considers should be prioritized .

Calle Lobatón, who is also a member of the Board of Directors, had requested last month that the Constitution and Regulation Commission of that state power put The advance general elections project is on the agenda.

“It is a pleasure to send you this letter to greet you cordially and, at the same time, to ask you to help yourself prioritize the elaboration and debate of the prediction corresponding to PL 1897/2021-CR of my authorship, a constitutional reform law that shortens the presidential, congressional, and Andean Parliament mandates, elected in 2021 and establishes the advancement of elections”, says the document p Presented on that occasion by Digna Calle.