on Wednesday revealed the names of the two people close to Accion Popular (Popular Action) party, who had asked him to become part of a "transitory Cabinet."
Inchaustegui informed the Council of Minsters about those messages on September 12.
"We must be aware that Popular Action is a party which has a democratic tradition, and I'm sure that what has happened to me does not represent the party," he said.
Last Monday, Inchaustegui reported that —in a first message— he was ordered to reflect on the memory of his father and to evaluate the situation "in order to make the best decision."
In the second message, he was told "not to worry" because there would be a transitional cabinet and that he would be part of that ministerial team, precisely because his father was a member of that party.
Remarks were made during a meeting with representatives of the Association of Municipalities of Peru (AMPE), the Network of Urban and Rural Municipalities of Peru (Remurpe) and the National Assembly of Regional Governments (ANGR).
The event took place at Lima Convention Center.