President Martin Vizcarra on Wednesday reaffirmed his administration's commitment to fighting corruption head-on and strengthening democratic institutions.
However, President Vizcarra pointed out he is aware these reforms are not enough, and it is necessary to approve a deeper change.
For that reason, the Commander-in-Chief requested Congress to pass promptly the proposals suggested by the Wagner Commission and highlighted the efforts undertaken by the group established to create political-reform-related bills.
"Today, we can say we are making significant progress in that sense, but there is still much to do. The path towards the reforms, as well as the strengthening of democracy and its institutions
, can only be successful if all the State branches work together and set common goals," he added.