The Government's first goal is to improve all Peruvian citizens' life quality, Prime Minister Cesar Villanueva affirmed Wednesday.
In this sense, the Cabinet chief called for unity to jointly face the major challenges the Inca country has in nearly 200 years of republican history.
Likewise, he remarked that enhancing life quality involves overcoming the difficult situation Peru is currently facing.
"These challenges are not the only ones we have. Corruption
steals all Peruvians' money, as well as the hope and confidence that we should have in our institutions, authorities, and politicians," he expressed.
In addition, Villanueva pointed out black money —nowadays— not only comes from corruption
and drug trafficking
, but also from illegal mining and logging.
Lastly, he stated political and electoral reforms are pending tasks that must be addressed with a statesman's vision, putting Peru ahead of particular or short-term interests.