Dina Boluarte and Alejandro Soto register 76% and 70% disapproval, respectively, according to Ipsos

The president Dina Boluarte and the head of Parliament, Alejandro Sotoaccumulate 76% and 70% disapproval, respectively, according to a new survey released this Tuesday by Ipsos for Peru21. Acceptance of the head of state increased slightly this time and reached 16%, only two points more than the July survey.

The deputy of Alianza para el Progreso (APP), who faces three ex officio complaints in the Ethics Commission, registers only 10% approval in this study carried out between September 7 and 8, in which 1,213 people from areas participated. urban and rural.

Congress, meanwhile, has 81% rejection; and the Judiciary, 71%. The survey also includes citizen impressions regarding the norm approved by the Legislature so that more than 14 thousand interim teachers – who were retired for not having passed their exams – be replaced in the Teaching Industry. Magnet Márquez resigned from the Education portfolio because he considered that this initiative affects public education.

Likewise, 91% of respondents indicated that only teachers who pass the corresponding exams should be appointed. The study was released one day after Boluarte and his Ministerial Cabinet presented the IV progress report of his Government.

In her presentation, the president declared that the priority of her administration is the “sustained recovery of the economy and investments”, the improvement of education, sanitation, order and security services, and the unblocking of projects.


“In this last period we have had as a priority the sustained recovery of our economy and investments, as well as the attention to key sectors such as health, education, water and sanitation, prevention against El Niño Phenomenon and the promotion of order and citizen security, among other non-minor issues that citizens demand,” he said.

“The total investment for these projects amounts to more than 641 million soles for the benefit of millions of Peruvians who today have the possibility of receiving care with modern infrastructure and state-of-the-art equipment,” he continued.

Boluarte also assured that the fugitives for corruption crimes, linked to his predecessor Pedro Castillo (2021-2022), will be captured and handed over to Justice. In this way, he mentioned the former Minister of Transportation, Juan Silvaand Castillo’s nephew, Fray Vasquezfugitives from Justice after being included in an investigation for criminal organization.


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