Lima, May 3, 2021Updated on 05/03/2021 02:27 pm
The Alliance for Progress (APP) party, led by Cesar Acuna, reiterated on Monday his support for the presidential candidacy of Keiko Fujimori for representing a “serious, viable alternative that guarantees the governability of our country.”
“Our leader considers the democratic need to support the candidacy of Keiko Fujimori, to the extent that represents a serious and viable alternative that guarantees the governability of our country in a situation as adverse as the current one “, indicated the grouping in a new pronouncement.
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Last Sunday, César Acuña announced that he will support the candidacy of Keiko Fujimori, facing the second round of the Peru General Elections of 2021.
“My personal position, and it will be that of the party, we are going to give our lives for the country. Between the two evils, the lesser evil is betting on Fuerza Popular. And therefore we will endorse and support [a Fujimori]”, indicated in dialogue with Political Agenda.
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The document signed by Luis Iberico, national executive secretary; Luis Valdez, national secretary of organization and Marisol Espinoza, general manager of the party, estimated that the candidacy of Pedro Castillo by Peru Libre -contenor of Keiko Fujimori- “It is not the most convenient for Peru because his proposal collides directly “ with the principles of grouping.
However, he stressed that this support “it does not imply a blank check, much less a form of co-government ”.
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“We ratify our commitment to exercise, with absolute responsibility, the functions that the people have entrusted to us at the polls in terms of political control enshrined in the Constitution as a support for the balance of powers”, refers.
In addition, he demands from Keiko Fujimori “Their public commitment to the fight against corruption, respect for institutions, the separation of powers and a government that prioritizes the needs of the great majority and those who have the least.”
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