Congress' Constitution Commission on Monday approved draft bills to reform the National Council of the Magistracy (CNM), including the proposal submitted by the Executive Branch.
The initiatives were passed with 14 votes in favor, 0 votes against, and 0 abstentions, during a Monday extraordinary session.
"Congress has the political will to get the reforms through before October 4. That's what the Board of Spokespersons has agreed upon, which is why we are in permanent session," he said at a press conference.
The reform must be implemented rapidly and correctly, he explained, as it will remain in time.
According to Salaverry, the commission has passed the articles concerning the reform of the CNM
. Plus, he called a Congress plenary session for Tuesday to approve it.
"Also, the Constitution and Justice Commissions will pass the first political reform about the bicameral system, which will be immediately discussed, and if a decision is made, the agenda will be expanded to address it along with that on the CNM reform," he added.