on Friday deplored the attitudes shown a day earlier by some legislators towards State ministers during an interpellation session. Within this framework, he deemed those acts as "malicious."
"I vigorously condemn the malicious and impolite attitudes (witnessed) at the Chamber of the Peruvian Parliament; I apologize to Latin America and the world of political class," Mr. Castillo expressed.
The top official called on Congress members, who represent Peruvian provinces, to also condemn such attitudes.
"We are not going to allow those words, forms, or misconducts," he said.
Furthermore, the President stated that "it is necessary to reach a joint agreement for governance" with Parliament.
In this sense, he called on the congressional commissions that have expressed interest in working in favor of sectors on which they are focused.
On the other hand, Peru's top dignitary mentioned his willingness to continue holding Decentralized Councils of Ministers, in order to directly hear the voices of authorities from each area.
Mr. Castillo also said he understands their frustration when demands are not met, while admitting that "there are bottlenecks" in public administration.
"Let's see how we unlock those projects," he concluded.