President Martin Vizcarra on Thursday affirmed his administration will promote a political reform
with the same emphasis it gave to the justice reform
, so Peru can rely on a more representative and legitimate democratic system
In this sense, the Head of State underlined there should be no doubts concerning the importance his administration gives to this matter.
As is known, the Government currently assesses the report submitted by the Political Reform Commission, led by political scientist Fernando Tuesta, who included 12 bills that propose changes to modernize and make the Inca country's political system more representative and transparent.
Last week, Prime Minister Salvador del Solar
indicated the government's assessment seeks to determine which initiatives will be submitted to Congress for discussion.
Therefore, the National Justice Board
is currently in an implementation process and soon it will evaluate, appoint, ratify, and dismiss judges, as well as prosecutors.