Vladimir Cerrón: “Ratification of Aníbal Torres does not add to the Government, he has no achievements to show the country”

Vladimir Cerrón: “Ratification of Aníbal Torres does not add to the Government, he has no achievements to show the country”

Secretary General of Peru Libre indicated that the opposition is already aware of the behavior of the renewed cabinet and did not even generate an expectation to “distract” it.

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Vladimir Cerrón: “Ratification of Aníbal Torres does not add to the Government, he has no achievements to show the country”

Vladimir Cerrón referred to the formation of the new Ministerial Cabinet of Aníbal Torres, ratified as Prime Minister by President Pedro Castillo. (Photo: GEC)

The secretary general of Peru Libre, Vladimir Cerrón, referred to the ratification of Aníbal Torres as head of the Ministerial Cabinet in the government of Pedro Castillo and said that < /b>“does not add” to the Executive.

Through his Twitter account, the also former regional governor of Junín indicated that Torres Vásquez “has no achievements to show the country” and the opposition already knows what the behavior of the renewed cabinet will be.

“Ratification of the Premier does not add to the Government, on the contrary, the opposition knows what the behavior of the renewed cabinet will be, it did not even generate an expectation to distract them. Torres, as minister and premier, has no achievements to show the country”, he wrote on the social network.

As remembered , the President of the Republic, Pedro Castillo, reported that he did not accept the resignation of Aníbal Torres as head of the PCM, with which he will continue to lead the Council of Ministers, the fourth so far in his Government.

“I have not accepted the resignation of Premier Aníbal Torres, who is committed to continuing to work for our country”, the president wrote on Twitter.

Torres Vásquez had made his position available last Wednesday, August 3. He had assumed the position on February 8 after the resignation of his predecessor, Héctor Valer Pinto.

Previously the PCM was led by Guido Bellido, Mirtha Vásquez, the aforementioned Valer Pinto -who was the shortest of them with just three days in office- and Aníbal Torres.

The new ministers are: Miguel Rodríguez Mackay (Foreign Relations), Kurt Burneo (Economy and Finance), Betssy Chávez (Culture), Alejandro Salas (Labor and Employment Promotion), Geiner Alvarado (Transportation and Communications) and César Paniagua Chacón< /b> (Housing, Construction and Sanitation).