Pedro Castillo | The contracts of militants of Peru Libre and campaign collaborators in the State | nndc | PERU

Pedro Castillo | The contracts of militants of Peru Libre and campaign collaborators in the State | nndc | PERU
Pedro Castillo | The contracts of militants of Peru Libre and campaign collaborators in the State | nndc | PERU

President Pedro Castillo said when he was a candidate that in his administration there would be no “distributions”, because he owes nothing to anyone, but it seems that the facts do not match the promises.

The Panorama report reveals how various collaborators of the Peru Libre electoral campaign, which brought Pedro Castillo to the presidency of the Republic, now occupy key positions in various ministries and in the Office of the Presidency, without necessarily having the suitability or the professional level assigned for that role.

One of them is Maria Tarazona Alvino, current Vice Minister of Policies and Social Evaluation of the Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion (Midis), with a salary of S / 15,866. She was Pedro Castillo’s campaign coordinator in Huánuco.

Another one of them is William Contreras Chavez, current deputy minister of Social Benefits of the Midis and friend of the head of the sector, Dina Boluarte. He was even one of Peru Libre’s lawyers before the National Elections Jury (JNE) in the second round.

It also appears Franco Pomalaya Neyra, reported a few days ago for attacking a journalist during an event at Castillo Terrones in Comas, who was hired for S / 34,000 for the assistance service for the writing and review of content on social networks in the Office of the Presidentl.

Similarly, figure Jose Luis Cristobal Quispe, hired for S / 34,000 for 140 days to provide the photographic registration service, and Jian Baca Gonzalez, as driver support for high-end vehicles in the Presidential Office. All of them actively participated in the Peru Libre campaign.

There is also Willy Ñahui Cárdenas, militant of Free Peru and follower of his secretary general, Vladimir Cerrón, who organized vigils for his freedom in 2019. He is now a consultant for the Office of Integrity and Fight against Corruption of the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC), with a salary of S / 5,200.

Finally we have Nataly Vega Tafur, also a member of Peru Libre and who is now secretary of the Ministerial Office of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (PCM), with a salary of S / 4,200. On the Sunedu website, it does not register any higher studies, nor in the consultation of degrees from technological and pedagogical institutions of the Ministry of Education.

 
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