Peru's Justice and Human Rights Minister Marisol Perez Tello is confident the 112 recently-passed legislative decrees will not be repealed by Parliament.
Said laws were enacted by the Executive Branch within the framework of Congress-granted powers.
"I am sure Congress will not repeal these [laws] because they are constitutional [...]," Perez Tello told Panamericana TV channel.
The 112 regulations focus on five axes: full water and sanitation services coverage (100%); economic reactivation and formalization; fight against corruption; citizen security; and administrative simplification.
Likewise, the official affirmed legislative decrees are aimed to prosecute and penalize those involved in corruption acts, both from public and private sectors.
Furthermore, the cabinet member stressed that the Civil Death Law also applies to enterprises engaged in said acts.
It must be noted the Civil Death measure aims at weeding out corrupt politicians from public offices and prevent them from continuing to serve the State.