RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – There has been a strict minimum of communication with the bench and the party led by Vladimir Cerrón. According to specialists, the Government can now broaden its base with the center.
The distancing between President Pedro Castillo and Perú Libre (PL), the organization that brought him to power, is becoming more and more subtle, both within the bench and in the leadership.
It is known that the last meeting with the bench was before October 6, when he swore in the new cabinet. This version was reaffirmed by the ex-premier Guido Bellido last Friday to the press: “Since we have left the PCM we have had no communication whatsoever. (…) The president will communicate when he sees fit. We are not going to get down on our knees”.
In this regard, Congressman Alfredo Pariona told La República that he had not received any invitation from the President after that date. The alternate spokesman of the parliamentary group, Elías Varas, confirmed this version. However, the main spokesman of the parliamentary group, Waldemar Cerrón, pointed out last night in ‘Cuarto poder’ that he continues to talk daily with the head of state. “We do not agree with our cabinet, but we are always going to agree with our president”, he stressed.