“The Peruvian people have not accepted any act of interference or interference with our sovereignty,” the Peruvian MP explained, referring to López Obrador’s statement.
The plenary session of the Peruvian parliament declared this Thursday Giving Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador the Persona of “Benefactor” For repeatedly speaking out on Peru’s internal affairs and refusing to hand over the Presidency of the Pacific Alliance to an Andean country.
The decision was passed with 65 votes in favor, 40 against and two abstentions after deliberating motions under that approach approved by the Congressional Foreign Relations Committee last Monday.
In supporting the motion, Conservative MP María del Carmen Alba, President of the Conservative Association, noted that López Obrador’s remarks were: “Violation of the principle of non-interference” in the internal affairs of other countries.
“The Peruvian people will not accept any act of interference or interference with our sovereignty,” Alba said.
“This is a political gesture Congress can make,” Alba responded after left-wing MPs rejected the proposal, believing it would affect historic relations with the Mexican people. “Relations with Mexico remain unaffected.”
“The only thing that’s happening here is that the president of Mexico doesn’t recognize our president (…) Trade and bilateral relations will never be affected,” he said.
The Foreign Relations Committee on Monday proposed to the plenary to approve a motion to reject the statement by the Mexican president, declare him a gratuitous persona, and “urge the interior and foreign ministries to take the necessary steps.” “Do not enter the country.”
In his commentary The ruling denied that the Mexican ruler had made “repeated public statements” about Peru that were “full of lies” and called it “intrusive, irresponsible and ideological”.
Lopez Obrador recalled that he “did not recognize the legitimate constitutional succession” of the president. Dina Boluarte It also violated the Pacific Alliance’s “international obligations set out in the Framework Agreement,” he said.
The Mexican ruler said last week: “Usurper” “Pedro Castillo, who won the free and democratic elections, should be given the presidency,” Boruarte said. Castillo was deposed by the Peruvian parliament for attempting to carry out a coup and has been in prison since December 7. Detat.
He also reiterated that Mexico would not give him the seat of Pacific Alliance president. She is not the legally legitimate president of Peru. ”
In response, Peruvian Foreign Minister Ana Cecilia Gervasi confirmed that López Obrador and the Colombian said: Gustavo Petro has also maintained its criticism of Mr. Boruarte, showing “an attitude contrary to the principles and values that govern democratic coexistence.”
Lopez Obrador thanked last Tuesday for being asked to declare himself a ‘persona non grata’ after the Foreign Affairs Committee approved a motion rejecting his statement, making him ‘proud’. ‘ said.
At the end of February last year, the government Peru announces permanent withdrawal of ambassador to Mexico He pointed out that bilateral ties are limited to corporate executives, while Congress said Mr Petro and former Bolivian President Evo Morales were both “personal”, citing criticism of the Boruarte government and public rejection. personality,” he declared.