Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra on Thursday projected that —if Congress has listened to the popular clamor— it will support the political and judicial system reforms proposed by the Executive Branch last July.
"We are sure this is what the country needs. Besides, we count on citizens' support
to implement these reforms
(…)," Vizcarra expressed.
As is known, his administration still has three more years to travel around the Inca country, listen to the people's issues, and implement all the necessary reforms
"The task is huge (…). We must work together, authorities and population, in order to make the promised changes to the Judicial Branch (...)," the Head of State added.
Peru's top official will soon submit the three reform initiatives
approved by the Council of Ministers last Wednesday.
Remarks were made as Vizcarra announced the financing of a water and sewage megaproject in rainforest Ucayali region.