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Enzo DeFilippiformer vice minister of economics, reviewed this Friday the first 100 days of President Dina Boluarte’s rule.
“We have a government that doesn’t oppose investment or anything like that, but it doesn’t stop promoting it. This does not inspire enthusiasm for the president’s political negligence. Appoint a prime minister for a few days. Lousy management of the social crisis. Some posts are conflicting. And besides, we have a Congress that is completely discredited because it only thinks about its own interests, ”he said in an interview with the program. Everything is known from RPP TV.
Also, a professor at the University of the Pacific warned that the social conflict that the country is currently experiencing and political problems are having a serious impact on the national economy. “They have a very strong effect,” he said.
For Enzo DeFilippi, there is a “lack of governance” in the executive branch and, moreover, it “does not inspire confidence”, the reasons why the rating agencies downgrade the country’s rating, although this, he noted, is not an exclusive feature of Peru. “You don’t see leadership, not even messages from the government,” he asked.
The former vice minister of economics highlighted an aspect of the external environment in which China is opening up, such as the fact that, as he pointed out, the price of raw materials exported by the country is rising.
“But we cannot take advantage of this because the government does not have the capacity of political management to solve problems (such as social conflicts) that interfere with this production. [de minerales] come out,” he said. And he remarked: “Separate strings, the idea that has been established in the country, according to which the economy and politics are separated, no longer exist. What a political disaster does is affect the economy.”
In eyes Enzo DeFilippi”institutional fragility is now stronger than ever”, which can be seen in the current executive, as it “has no bench” in parliament.
“The power of the executive power is based on the ability to approve [en el Congreso] the measures the government wants,” he added.
I am Emma White and I currently work for Buna Times. My specialty is the politics section of the website, where I aim to provide readers with informative and engaging content on current events. In addition to my professional experience in journalism, I hold a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Princeton University.