Peru’s Congress leader has been sworn in as president after his predecessor was controversially ousted in a congressional vote late Monday, sparking allegations of conspiracy.
The dismissal of the famous President Martin Viscar is coming Peru The world’s worst corona virus outbreak is looming, leaving its economy in recession and causing mass unemployment.
After a night of frantic protests and clashes with police, hundreds of protesters gathered again in Lima on Tuesday morning to protest the inauguration of Manuel Merino, widely regarded as a key figure in Viscara’s indictment. Previous attempt at September Could not get enough votes.
பெருவியன் கொடிகள் மற்றும் பலகைகளை அசைத்து காங்கிரஸ் கட்டிடத்தின் மீது அணிவகுத்து வந்த ஆர்ப்பாட்டக்காரர்களை கேடயங்கள் மற்றும் தடியடிகளுடன் கூடிய கலகப் பிரிவு போலீசார் தாக்கினர், “மெரினோ எனது ஜனாதிபதி அல்ல” பெருவின் 130 சட்டமன்ற உறுப்பினர்களில் மொத்தம் 105 பேர் திங்களன்று விஸ்காராவை நீக்க வாக்களித்தனர். Viscarra had previously said that less than 68 of the members of Congress who sought his indictment did not subject themselves to ongoing legal procedures.
Many public figures and legal experts have argued that the expulsion of Viscar is illegal – on the basis of “permanent permanent moral incapacity”. Leading presidential candidate George Forsyth tweeted that it was a “conspiracy in disguise”. Left-wing presidential candidate Veronica Mendoza has called on Peruvians to take to the streets to defend democracy.
Analysts acknowledge that the ouster was planned by opposition leaders who vehemently opposed the president Glue resistance reforms And his modification Higher education This affected their business interests.
“The removal of President Martin Viscar is a conspiracy,” said Catarion, a former prime minister and constitutional lawyer.
“Without a doubt, Congress has violated constitutional order,” he added: “The constitution does not allow the sitting president to be accused or politically punished.”
“A Peruvian president can be prosecuted and indicted once he completes his mandate [former presidents] [Alejandro] Toledo, [Alan] Garcia, [Ollanta] Humla and B.P.K. [Pedro Pablo Kuczynski]. ”
Wiscarra, who left the presidential palace on Monday night, was greeted by neighbors when he arrived at his home in the middle-class district of Lima.
Was the leader Long campaign against Corruption at the highest levels of government, he said, was leaving the post “with a clear conscience.”
Surrounded by his ministers, Wiscarra said he hopes to find out what the “real motives” behind his allegations are.
“Are they decisions made in favor of Peru and Peruvians or decisions taken only for personal and group interests?” He asked.
Merino is taking office under the guise of illegality and lack of public support, with most polls showing that Viscarra still has more than 50% approval.