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Marisa Glave and Indira Huilca resigned from New Peru for an alliance with the political party Cerrón



Members of Congress are dissolved Marisa Glave e Indira Huilca This Thursday resigned to the Movement New Peru. This distance occurs a few days after former colleague Richard Arce did the same thing after confirming an alliance between political groups and the Libre party of Peru founded by the regional governor of Junin who was suspended, Vladimir Cerrón.

Through their social networks, Huilca, who served as a spokesperson New Peru From July 2018 until the dissolution of Congress on September 30, he shared a statement in which he said he made the decision to move "with confidence to continue the struggle for a superior reason in our lives, to seek a society with justice to improve the oppressed."

For its part, Marisa Glave He also questioned this alliance and said he believed "clearly there are different positions." "I ask you to respect my decision, not only to take this step today, but not to open a media debate about it," he said.

It should be noted that last Friday, Marisa Glave, Indira Huilca and other New Peruvian members sent letters to the National Council of the political movement to state their differences before a possible alliance with Peru Libre, led by Vladimir Cerrón, and Together by Peru, led by Yehude Simon.

Nonetheless, the National Council New Peru He agreed on Saturday to participate in the 2020 parliamentary elections in an alliance with Peru Libre, a group led by suspended regional governor Junín Vladimir Cerrón, who was sentenced to three years and nine months in prison.

The alliance agreed by the organization led by Verónika Mendoza also included Juntos por Perú, led by Yehude Simon, who, according to former Odebrecht representative Jorge Barata, could be the person to correspond with the corresponding code "Sipán".


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