Pedro Castillo, presidential candidate of Peru Libre, assured that the secretary general of his party and former regional governor of Junín, Vladimir CerrónHe will not be “not even a doorman” of any State institution due to his judicial impediment.
In statements to the press from Huánuco, Castillo Terrones responded this way when asked about an alleged perception of “disorder” within Peru Libre regarding decision-making during the second round campaign that pits him against Keiko Fujimori, from Fuerza Popular.
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“Here the decisions are made by Pedro Castillo and the people make them. Mr. Cerrón is legally impeded and they will not even see him as a doorman in any of the State institutions. We are clear and we see the things that happen with the people and respecting the people in the framework of this struggle that is not of Cerrón or Pedro Castillo, but of the people ”, commented in statements released by RPP.
The presidential candidate had a similar position when he was asked if he had had any conversation with the virtual congressman of his party, Guillermo Bermejo. “I have nothing to do with this man”he commented.
However, moments before asking this question, Pedro Castillo assured that there is a fluid relationship between him and the Peru Libre bench that has been elected to take office as part of the next Congress.
“Congresswoman Betsy Chávez de Tacna is the spokeswoman for the bench, we meet permanently, communication is fluid, permanent”, he stated.
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About Juan Cadillo
At another point, Pedro Castillo responded to the position expressed by Juan Cadillo, a teacher who is part of his technical team, against the repeal of the Law of the Public Magisterial Career.
“The fellow teacher Juan Cadillo has all the power to summon the magisterium, we will do the same. For the sake of teachers, of education, it is necessary to speak the same language “, commented.
Castillo Terrones assured that he is in favor of meritocracy in the education sector but pointed out that a reform of the sector and the evaluation of teachers should be socialized.
“We are all in favor of true meritocracy, and that must be mentioned from the social space with the point of view of teachers and parents, not from above. We demand a permanent evaluation, not only that the teacher be evaluated but also his entire context “, he limited.
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