Daniel Salaverry submits his resignation as ad honorem advisor to Pedro Castillo

Daniel Salaverry submits his resignation as ad honorem advisor to Pedro Castillo

The also former head of the Congress of the Republic announced the news on Twitter and wished Castillo Terrones luck in his management as head of the Executive Power.

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Daniel Salaverry resigns as ad honorem director of Pedro Castillo

Months before, Daniel Salaverry had submitted his irrevocable resignation to the presidency of Perupetro's board of directors, amid questions about his appointment. (Photo: GEC)

The former presidential candidate Daniel Salaverry presented his resignation this Saturday as ad honorem advisor to the president Pedro Castillo, a position he held for just over five months.

The also former head of the Congress of the Republic announced the news on Twitter and wished Castillo Terrones luck< /b> during his administration at the head of the Executive Power.

Salaverry had been appointed presidential adviser to the Consultative Commission of the Presidential Office on Government Management, through a publication in the official newspaper El Peruano on March 17.

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Supreme Resolution No. 112-2022-PCM on the appointment of Salaverry had been endorsed by the head of the Council of Ministers, Aníbal Torres, and the president Pedro Castillo.

Likewise, the publication detailed that the The Presidential Office has an Consultative Commission that “is made up of professionals, specialists or representatives of civil society, of recognized ability or experience, appointed by Supreme Resolution”.

They add that the appointment to the position of member of the Consultative Commission was honorary and of trust and that it did not disqualify for the performance “of any public function or private activity”.

“The position of presidential adviser does not generate any employment relationship with the Presidential Office, nor do they act in a relationship of subordination and are not included in the labor regime of the Civil Service”, the document reads.

At another extreme, they mention that the The Human Resources Office of the Presidential Office reported that Daniel Salaverry “meets the minimum requirements” to serve as an 'ad honorem' presidential adviser.

Months earlier, Daniel Salaverry had tendered his irrevocable resignation from the chairmanship of Perupetro's board of directors, amid questions about his appointment, after the Comptroller General of the Republic issued a report concluding that he did not meet the requirements to hold the position.