The general secretary of the ruling party referred to the Peruvian president when responding to a tweet from the elected president of Colombia, Gustavo Petro.
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The general secretary of the ruling party referred to the Peruvian president when responding to a tweet from the elected president of Colombia, Gustavo Petro. (Photo: Facebook)
The former regional governor of Junín Vladimir Cerrónaddressed the President of the Republic, Pedro Castillo, and asked him to comply with the program of Free Peru, with which he won the 2021 general elections.
Through his Twitter account, the also general secretary of the ruling party referred to the president when responding to a tweet from Colombia's president-elect, Gustavo Petro, who won the second of his country's elections last Sunday.
“I request the mayors and governors of the country to prepare lots with legal titles to build university campuses and colleges that will sustain the infrastructure of a society of knowledge”, Petro wrote.
“I suggested this to the President (Pedro Castillo), in addition to specialized hospitals, in each region. Until today, neither terrain nor profile. We are still on time, comply with the Free Peru program”, Cerrón Rojas wrote in response to the tweet.
Esto le sugerí al Presidente, además de hospitales especializados, en cada región. Hasta hoy, ni terreno ni perfil. Aún estamos a tiempo, cumpla el programa de PL. https://t.co/02GC3wEVMh
— Vladimir Cerrón (@VLADIMIR_CERRON) June 22, 2022
The left will win the presidency of Colombia for the first time after the triumph obtained on Sunday in the second round election by the former guerrilla and former mayor of Bogotá Gustavo Petro, of the Historical Pact coalition.
In this way, Petro, a 62-year-old economist, will succeed the president of Colombia, Iván Duque, and will govern in the period 2022-2026.
After hearing the news, the president < b>Pedro Castillo greeted the victory of Gustavo Petro and pointed out that he has called the virtual Colombian president to congratulate him on his victory. In that sense, he emphasized that he has the support of Peru.
“I just called Gustavo Petro to congratulate him on the historic his democratic triumph in Colombia. We are united by a common feeling that seeks collective, social and regional integration improvements for our peoples. Brother, Gustavo, always have the support of Peru ”, wrote Pedro Castillo on his Twitter account.