Last Sunday, María Carmen Alva gave an interview with the Sunday newspaper of Latina. During the conversation with Mónica Delta, the president of Congress, she expressed that the Legislative branch has promoted several laws, one of them is the orphan law to support orphaned children in Peru.
“Let me tell you that all the bills of the Executive Branch that say that we do not work, have come in at around 80 and a little more. More than 30 have been published, in autographs there are about five, and all are in commissions. We are the ones who have promoted bills such as the orphan law”, said the president of Congress.
Given these statements, the former Minister of Women and Vulnerable Populations denied it through her Twitter account, making it clear that it was her former ministry who promoted this initiative in favor of orphaned children in Peru.
“The authorities must work with the truth, seeking rather to add and articulate, without attributing or undermining the work of others. Let us hope that this is how the president of the @congresoperu For the good of the country. #leydeorfandad”, wrote the former Minister of Women.
On the other hand, during the interview with Día D, María del Carmen Alva also gave her opinion on the political crisis facing the country after learning that Pedro Castillo will recompose the ministerial cabinet for the fourth time.
“I think he should have done that in the first cabinet. There I think he was able to get a cabinet with a broad base, of all forces, of all bloodlines and of prestige. Now, I sincerely doubt very much that people with capacity, who love each other, who have dignity, want to be part of this fourth cabinet.“, Held.
At another point, he recalled the complaints made by former officials of the current government that the presidential agenda is put together by the group of advisers to the head of state and that they prevent correct communication with the Ministerial Cabinet.
“We have seen that former Prime Minister Mirtha Vásquez; former Secretary General Carlos Jaico; The former minister (Avelino) Guillén tells the whole country that there is an entire cabinet in the shadows, that the president did not receive them, that they could not work with him, that he does not pay attention to them, the truth is, I think, that nobody wants to enter a cabinet that nobody pays attention to them and they will be painted”, he alerted.
Alva also assured that after the revelations of Carlos Jaico and Mirtha Vásquez, who mentioned about the “shadow cabinet”, it would be good
“It merits the formation of an investigative commission of course, it is worrying. It also worries me that once they come out they just say it. They have lived with this corruption (…) and since they are no longer here, now they say so, we should think about that”, he sentenced.
On learning about the formation of a new ministerial cabinet, María del Carmen Alva said that it is “irresponsible to say that ‘everyone should leave’”.
“Obviously (on the call for presidential elections but not for Congress). And we have heard that from specialists like Víctor García Toma, Domingo García Belaunde. That is the position of serious constitutionalists. It is not the position that ‘all go’. It is irresponsible to say that ‘everyone should leave’”, Alva said on ATV.