Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra affirmed the Executive Branch is not setting any conditions for dialogue with other political forces.
In this sense, he expects the institution Chavarry leads can gain the population's confidence.
"We respect the separation of powers, and we hope the Public Ministry can finally be a prestigious institution that can instill confidence in the population. That's what we expect," he pointed out.
According to the Peruvian leader, it is the Congress that must decide Chavarry's continuity in his position.
Plus, he urged Parliament to act in a transparent manner, claiming lawmakers know what shielding is and how to do the right thing.