Mobilizations are being called this Saturday by political forces related to Point Pedro Castillo and Keiko Fujimori in the Peruvian capital.
Pedro Castillo, the virtual winner of the recent elections in Peru, called on Friday to leave the election without winners or losers.
“We can start this new phase without hatred and without differences. There are no winners or losers here, only one family, the Peruvians, “said Castillo, from the Peruvian city of Cusco.
In the Imperial City of Cusco, we tell the Peruvian people that there are no more losers or winners: today we are a family. The country needs broader unity, and we command it to move towards a life of prosperity and well-being. Let’s walk with determination to success! pic.twitter.com/CDEqbrid99
– Point Pedro Castillo Terron (edPedroCastilloTe) June 26, 2021
Pedro Castillo urged Petrovars to respect their wishes and called on his supporters to wait for the National Election Arbitration Council (JNE) to decide on the claims of right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori, as the country faces a struggle and emergency against Govt-19. Economic reactivation.
“We can’t do an economic restructuring and we can’t do real decentralization if we don’t think about what needs to be done to deal with the great problem of this epidemic,” said the candidate from Peru Libre.
“The country needs broader unity, and we command it to move towards a life of prosperity and well-being.” For twenty years of the people, everyone was united#WordofMaster #NoMasPobresEnUnPaisRico https://t.co/kCJquj8nEL
– Free Peru – magazine (erPerulibreprensa) June 26, 2021
During his speech to the National Council of Regional Governors (ANGR), the left-wing Peruvian reiterated his call for unity and said that “the will of the people must be greater than political hunger”.
Castillo approved the decision of the governors to promote a Constituent Assembly with the participation of the people’s representatives.
Amid political uncertainty in Peru over the failure to formalize the second round of elections on June 6, mobilizations are being called this Saturday by political forces related to Pedro Castillo and Keiko Fujimori.