Peruvian President Dina Boluarte presented a proposal to Parliament on Monday to be able to govern remotely when traveling abroad due to the lack of vice presidents faced by her administration, which has made it impossible for her to go abroad since the beginning of his management.
Boluarte became president on December 7 when his predecessor, the then president Pedro Castillo, whose first vice president he was, was dismissed by Parliament. Castillo won the 2021 presidential elections with an electoral formula that did not include second vice president because the candidacy for that position, occupied by surgeon Vladimir Cerrón, was declared inadmissible.
So when Boluarte became president He had neither a first nor a second vice president. For this reason, her proposal seeks to modify the current Constitution, which indicates that in case of traveling abroad, she entrusts the management to the first or second vice president
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