In Peru, prime minister meets with congress board members to discuss constitutional amendment on border security

22 May 2023
Flag of Peru (photo credit: David_Peterson via pixabay)
Flag of Peru (photo credit: David_Peterson via pixabay)
Peruvian Prime Minister Alberto Otarola on [16 May] met with Congress Board members to discuss two important bills —submitted urgently by the Executive Branch— referring to the surveillance of Peruvian borders, as well as the entrusting and remote management of the Presidential Office (whenever President Dina Boluarte must travel abroad). The Cabinet chief specified that the first proposal is the bill intended to modify the Executive Branch Organic Law so as to develop the Presidential Office entrusting and remote management. [...] On the other hand, the Ministerial Cabinet head referred to the constitutional reform bill linked to the Constitution's Article 165 aimed at guaranteeing the support from the Armed Forces to the Peruvian National Police in terms of border surveillance. In this sense, he reported that this proposal has been well received by Congress Board members.
Read the full article here: Andina


Post new comment