Statement regarding the events of November 9, 2020

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From IPC we state that the cause of moral incapacity to vacate the President of the Republic provided for in article 113 of the Political Constitution of Peru has been applied in an unreasonable and disproportionate manner, and this has brought with it that the situation already affected by Covid-19 is even more unstable.

The Peruvian State needs a government that defends the rights of all citizens and that creates the conditions for them to be able to exercise them. Given this, from IPC we make an urgent call for the Constitutional Court to promptly resolve the competence claim presented by the Executive Power and make an interpretation of the Constitution that is in accordance with the highest constitutional standards.

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