13:55 | Paracas (Ica region), Nov. 30.
U.S. Ambassador to Lima Krishna R. Urs on Friday affirmed there is a separation of powers in Peru, and referred to it as one of its main strengths.
As is known, these recordings —released by Panorama TV show and investigative journalism site IDL-Reporteros— implicated ex-Supreme Judge Cesar Hinostroza and CNM members in alleged crimes.
Furthermore, Ambassador Urs confirmed he is optimistic about Peru and recalled he had visited the nation for the first time in 1979.
“We have had four free and transparent elections,” he told RPP radio and TV station.
It should be noted President Martin Vizcarra reaffirmed his total respect for the separation of powers and rule of law, after former Head of State Alan Garcia requested asylum in Uruguay.
Additionally, the top official said he is convinced a justice administration system is the foundation of a fair and transparent democracy without impunity.