on Saturday affirmed that political noise will not prevent his administration from continuing to work firmly for the benefit of the nation.
Within this framework, the Head of State indicated that he will not be distracted by those actions aimed at silencing the will of a Government elected with the votes of millions of Peruvians.
During the inauguration ceremony of the Duna and Huambos Wind Farm Project in Chota province, he specified that those types of actions will not distract him from the efforts being undertaken.
Likewise, the top official reiterated his call on private companies to continue boosting the responsible development of Peru.
"I want to tell you that I have come to reaffirm the commitment to work firmly without lies. Nonetheless, something strange happens; whenever we want to recover the resources for the nation and deliver public works, some people —who were elected with 2,000 or 3,000 votes in Peru— want to silence the will of a Government that was elected by millions in the country," he expressed.
In this sense, Mr. Castillo indicated that this political noise prevents the population from getting to know what the Executive Branch is doing and the efforts undertaken in different parts of the country on a daily basis.
"Nonetheless, we continue working hard because that is what the people chose us for, and we will not rest until we fulfill what was offered (…)," he said.
Furthermore, the President reiterated his call on ministers of various sectors to "open the doors" to province and district mayors, so that the projects needed in the country can be unlocked.
Moreover, the Head of State asked Cajamarca Region Governor, Mesias Guevara, to summon municipal authorities with the aim of allocating the budget for public works.
"(…) without contaminating our communities; that is already part of national development, aimed at rural electrification, and will provide this service to the brothers and sisters of Huambos and other areas," he added.