César Acuña after interview with Pedro Castillo: “We demand a change of course”
The leader of Alianza Para el Progreso joined the large group of critics of the President of the Republic, Pedro Castillo, after his statements in the interview he gave to the television network Cnn in Spanish, the first granted to an international media since he began his mandate.
Through his social networks, the former regional governor demanded a “change of course” and considered that Peru is in a “painful situation” caused by a president “without direction or objectives.”
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The head of state confessed that “he was not prepared to govern” during the interview he gave to the Mexican journalist Fernando del Rincón, statements that to date have caused opposition congressmen Jorge Montoya (Popular Renovation), Ernesto Bustamante (Popular Force) and Norma Yarrow (Avanza País) consider that Pedro Castillo could incur in “treason against the country” and the presentation of a motion that urges him to “irrevocably” resign from the highest judiciary of the nation, whose authorship falls on Rosselli Amuruz.