Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra on Monday assured he will not allow the use of the President's name in illegal procedures, and rejected the fact that some magistrates do so to offer favors, as can be heard saying in an audio recording released last Sunday.
He emphasized the meeting with Judicial Branch magistrates —mentioned in the audio— never took place.
In this sense, the President rejects third parties' use of his name without consultation.
On the other hand, Vizcarra said he is fully convinced of the need for intensive work to restructure some operations —at all branches of Government— that enable this form of corruption.
Remarks were made in a speech he delivered this morning at Lima-based Government Palace.