Peruvian Prime Minister Salvador del Solar
on Friday affirmed the confidence motion introduced by the Executive Branch is a fully constitutional measure.
"The Constitution proposes a set of regulations that state the Executive Branch can use the confidence motion," he told RPP radio and TV station.
He indicated the decision to introduce the confidence motion came when they (the Executive Branch) stopped believing in Congress' willingness to approve the reform.
In this sense, he admitted the confidence motion is a "harsh" but fully constitutional measure.
Furthermore, the Prime Minister ruled out that President Martin Vizcarra's administration is using dictatorial measures to impose its views on Parliament.
In this regard, the official explained the Government has not issued a mandatory instruction to Congress, as the Legislative Branch will make the final decision.