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four congressmen They spent the New Year in different regions of the country on tickets paid for by the parliament. The program announced Panorama this Sunday. Three of the deputies who received this controversial advantage are on the left benches, and one is a member of Fujimorismo.
According to the Sunday newspaper, the deputies traveled from December 27 to January 2, despite the fact that the week of representation was from December 1 to 7. That is, they were non-working days.
Flavio Cruzfrom Peru Libre, was in Juliaca; Second Kyrosfrom the Master’s block to Chiclayo; rosangela barbarianfrom Fuerza Popular, went to Cajamarca and Emerald Limachi, from Democratic Peru, in Tacna. Each of them tried to justify the reasons for this trip.
Congress has provided in its rules that it can only pay for tickets to the work of the Congress, and not to other recreational or family events.
Flavio Cruz He indicated that he traveled to Juliaca to participate in family and sporting events in the region. However, he felt that the questions on the issue were “biased” to make congressmen on the left uncomfortable.
At the same time, the legislator Second Kyros He admitted that he went to Chiclayo with paid tickets to perform “directions”, but said he did not remember what those actions were.
Esmeralda Limachi confirmed that she visited the prison in Tacna “for Christmas events” as an excuse for her trip. However, he also stated that he had no recollection of any other activities he had done in the region.
Finally, rosangela barbarian He is the representative of Lima, but the Congress paid for his tickets to Cajamarca for the period from December 27 to January 1. His current partner and his family live in the region.
The legislator assured that she held a meeting with youth in Cajamarca to resolve current issues, but added that she was traveling with her youngest daughter.
Silvia Monteza New Vice President of Congress
The plenary session of the Congress elected Acción Popular MP Silvia Montesa as Second Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Parliament, headed by José Williams.
The congresswoman defeated the other four contenders in the first round with 52 votes; However, when he did not get the required number of votes, a second vote was given in which he competed with Alfredo Azurin (Somos, Peru).
Silvia Monteza won 67 votes and Azurin barely got 27. Thus, she will take the seat left by Congresswoman Digna Calle. The MP took office today in a short swearing-in ceremony hosted by José Williams.
The other candidates were José Balcazar (Free Peru), Isabel Cortes (Cambio Democrático-Juntos por el Perú) and Elisabeth Medina (Bloque Magisterial de Concertación Nacional). 115 congressmen voted on this issue.
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