Former Peruvian Foreign Minister back in office — MercoPress



Previous Peruvian Foreign Minister again in workplace

Saturday, August 21st 2021 – 08:56 UTC

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Maurtúa was concerned in the extradition of previous President Alberto Fujimori from Chile to Peru

Peruvian previous Overseas Minister Óscar Maúrtua has been appointed once more for the position to change Héctor Béjar, who resigned before this week just after just 19 days in office.

Maúrtua, who had held the exact same place between 2005 and 2006 underneath President Alejandro Toledo, took his new oath of workplace Friday prior to President Pedro Castillo, next the untimely resignation of the 85-12 months-outdated Béjar.

The sociology scholar and previous leftist guerrilla were on the brink of congressional censorship soon after stating that the initial acts of terrorism in Peru experienced been carried out by the Navy.

The appointment of Maúrtua, 74, will come less than a week just after the new Castillo federal government, harshly questioned by the opposition, has introduced it would ask for a parliamentary vote of self-confidence, which is scheduled for August 26.

The decision of Maurtúa has drawn criticism from some parliamentarians, even from Castillo’s Marxist ruling Peru Libre get together.

“I hope it is a joke in poor flavor,” wrote Congressman Guillermo Bermejo (PL) on Twitter, who certain that Maúrtua “cannot represent a remaining-wing government” due to the fact he is “a human being aligned with the interventionist coverage of the United States.”

Maurtúa has already headed the International Ministry’s Transfer Fee right after Castillo’s election. Throughout his job, he has served as a permanent consultant just before the Financial and Social Fee of the Asia Pacific, as Ambassador of Ecuador, Canada, Bolivia and Thailand, and Corporation of American States (OAS) consultant in Mexico, between positions.

In November 2005 and his potential as Foreign Minister, he was concerned in the extradition of former President Alberto Fujimori (1990-2000), who experienced been detained in Chile subsequent an international arrest warrant.





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