Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra takes real leadership as he drives major justice reform in the Andean country, Justice and Human Rights Minister Vicente Zeballos affirmed.
"A courageous decision has been taken, showing —one more time— the President's leadership in the major reform
he is driving for better justice in the country," he told Canal N local channel.
Likewise, the government official said this leadership has the consensus of citizens and generates sensitivity in other sectors like Congress
"The Parliament reacts and is involved (in this reform
). Who encouraged and led it? The President of the Republic," he emphasized.
"I agree with the establishment of this commission
, besides I embrace it with a lot of enthusiasm and optimism. An advance report will be presented on Wednesday and they (the Commission members) will continue working after that," he pointed out.
The minister recalled that previous works by the National Agreement for Justice and the Special Commission on Comprehensive Justice System Reform
(Ceriajus) yielded interesting results, although unfortunately progress was not made.