New Peruvian President Dina Boluarte calls for unity and dialogue after Castillo’s arrest


New Peruvian President Dina Boluarte calls for unity and dialogue after Castillo’s arrest

The lawyer and politician with a left-wing tradition, who will rule until 2026, has been recognized by both the Organization of American States and the US. In the meantime, former President Pedro Castillo has been transferred to the prison where former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori is being held. held.

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Peru’s new president, Dinah Boluartehas called unity and dialogue to all political forces and has pledged to fight “for the nobodies and the excluded” following the resignation and arrest of his predecessor, Pedro Castillo, whom he again accused of carrying out a coup.

“I assume the position of Constitutional President of the Republic, aware of the enormous responsibility that rests on me and my first call, how could it be otherwise, is to call upon the broadest unity of all Peruvians,” Boluarte said before the plenary session of Congress in requesting a political truce to install a government of national unity.

“As we all know, there has been an attempted coup d’état, an imprint promoted by Mr. Pedro Castillo (…) This Congress of the Republic, in response to the constitutional mandate, has made a decision and it is my duty to to act accordingly”, has indicated.

Boluarte, Peru’s first female president, will lead the government until July 28. 2026when Castillo’s term ended.

The Organization of American States (OAS) has recognized Boluarte as the new president. The organisation’s secretary-general, Luis Almagro, has welcomed Boluarte’s call for “national unity”, to which he has offered the bloc’s support because of “the urgent need to rebuild the democratic path”. Also the government of United States through a spokesman for the State Department, he said that the government “celebrates” Boluarte’s nomination as president and wants to work with her and her government.

Castle transferred to prison

Meanwhile, the Peruvian Prosecutor’s Office (General) has launched an investigation to collect evidence against Castillo, whom it accuses rebellion and conspiracy.

Castillo was transferred to the jail from Barbadillo, in Ate, where he will remain for 48 hours and where former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori is also being held.

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Source: EITB


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