Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra said he does not rule out taking measures to achieve his administration's goal of promoting reforms and fighting corruption, including the introduction of a confidence motion before Congress.
As is known, the release of audios containing controversial phone conversations that involved judges, entrepreneurs, and National Council of the Magistracy (CNM) members had led to a scandal in the justice system.
"Among these mechanisms is the motion of confidence that, if rejected, might result in the closure of Congress," he mentioned.
To that end, Vizcarra stated that —in case of no support from Congress— the Government will start collecting signatures to call the referendum
, just as the Constitution contemplates.