Lima, June 27, 2021Updated on 06/27/2021 06:30 am

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Martha Moyano, Congresswoman-elect from Popular Force, I know referred on Saturday to the recent pronouncements from embassies such as Canada and international communities such as the OAS and the European Union.

“How is it possible that they have endorsed what, the process has not finished. It has not finished yet, nothing can be endorsed because it has questions […]”.

Martha Moyano. Interview in RPP Noticias. Saturday June 26.

This statement is imprecise.

The US Embassy in Peru has indicated that it awaits the results of the JNE and that it trusts the Peruvian institutions. “We trust the institutions of Peru and we hope to work with the new government once the JNE has completed its work “, they indicated in their official social media accounts. Additionally, US State Department spokesman Ned Price said in a statement that “eThese recent elections are a model of democracy in the region. We support giving the electoral authorities time to process and publish the results in accordance with Peruvian law.”.

For its part, the Organization of American States (OAS) maintained that it continues to monitor the electoral process. “The Electoral Observation Mission (EOM) of the Organization of American States (OAS) in Peru, headed by former Paraguayan Foreign Minister Rubén Ramírez Lezcano, continues to monitor the development of the post-electoral phase of the process”, they indicated in a statement posted on their website.

Regarding the work of the special electoral juries (JEE) and the National Elections Jury (JNE), they specified that “The Mission has been able to verify that these procedures have been carried out in accordance with the law and regulations in force, and welcomes the fact that the Peruvian system has the guarantees of due process”.

The European Union (EU) has highlighted that the June 6 elections were free and democratic, adding that it relies on the electoral authorities to resolve pending disputes “Within the established legal channels”.

The Canadian Embassy also considered that the June 6 vote was “free, fair and open ”. They also showed their support for the ONPE and the JNE, and indicated that they hope “The final decision of the electoral authorities and work with the next government”.

In other words, the international community continuously monitors the electoral process rather than an endorsement.

Moyano told this newspaper that “It’s about interpretations” and his answer was to a “asseveration”. “I responded to an assertion. He told me that those institutions had said that in Peru the whole process had been clean and it cannot be said yet because the process has not finished “, He said. “It’s just about interpretations”he added.

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