Fuerza Popular (Popular Force) —which has Keiko Fujimori as its presidential candidate— proposes in its government plan to encourage the formalization of informal entrepreneurs.
Fuerza Popular's Government Plan
Through a "national commission for formalization," programs will be implemented, so that informal businesspeople —who comply with this measure— are not charged taxes in a 2-year period, says the government plan presented to the National Elections Board (JNE).
Likewise, it seeks to develop thousands of works nationwide such as schools, medical posts, roads, or reservoirs in order to generate more than two million jobs.
Furthermore, the Safe District Program is detailed —a measure designed to tackle crime throughout the country by modernizing police stations, applying smart patrols, and offering better preparation to all members.
Concerning the pandemic, it proposes conducting 70,000 molecular tests daily, building more oxygen plants, and ensuring the completion of the immunization process this year.