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Kuczynski calls on Peru's Congress not to censor its ministers every two weeks

Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski today sued Congress, controlled by an absolute majority for the Fujimori party Fuerza Popular, to let the government work and not censor its Ministers "every two weeks."

Lima, July 3 (EFE) .- Peru's President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski today sued Congress, controlled by an absolute majority for the Fujimori party Fuerza Popular, to let the Government and do not censor its ministers "every two weeks".

Having lost four ministers since taking office almost a year ago, Kuczynski said that his Work if monthly is in crisis because Parliament vetoes their ministers.

"The message is simple: let us work. Do not intrigue, do not go down to ministers every two weeks Because that way we can not work. Made a flyby of roads.

Kuczynski's request comes hours after the leftist Front Wide Front asked the prime minister and new portfolio Economics and Finance, Fernando Zavala, to appear before the permanent committee of Congress to explain a meeting he had with the dismissed comptroller of the Republic, Edgar Alarcón.

In Martín Vizcarra also participated in this meeting; Objected to the addendum for the construction of the new Cuzco airport, which was eventually suspended.

Vizcarra and Thorne resigned in May and June respectively, Censorship, especially of the Fujimorismo, if they did not resign by their implication and defense of the addendum to construct the airport, subscribed with the consortium Kuntur Wasi, integrated by the Argentine Corporación América and the Peruvian Andino Investment Holding.

Previously, Congress censured the economist Jaime Saavedra as Minister of Education and the then Minister of Defense, Mariano González, resigned after uncovering that he had an affair with one of his advisors.

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