They file a strike against APRA registration
A few weeks ago, the National Election Board (JNE) indicated that the re-registration of the American Popular Revolutionary Alliance (APRA) is in process, thus trying to return to political activities in the face of an alleged early election. However, the lawyers Raúl Noblecilla and Luis Barranzuela filed a complaint to prevent it from being considered a political party.
13 parties are eligible to present their candidacy in the following elections
The National Elections Jury showed the list of the 13 parties that have a valid registration and qualified for the next elections. Another 15 parties are still in full process to be registered.
According to the document presented by the lawyer of former President Evo Morales and the former Minister of the Interior in the management of Pedro Castillo, it is indicated that the party’s statute “fails to comply with the requirements in article 9” of the Law of Political Organizations.
Among them, it mentions that it must be mandatory as an “internal measure to eradicate all types of harassment against women in political life” among affiliates and candidates, whether they are invited to their lists or militants.
Registration strike-through document against APRA
Through his social networks, Noblecilla stated that the “contribution to democratic health” is due and shared the official letter presented to the national director of the Registry of Political Organizations, Fernando Rodríguez Patrón.
“In contribution to the democratic health of the country, we have filed a complaint against the Aprista party. We hope that the National Elections Jury fulfills its work and its duty. In their hands, ”he posted on his Twitter.
Jorge del Castillo, a former APRA parliamentarian, indicated that he awaits a “reflection” from the Congress of the Republic in response to a request for early elections due to the political crisis. Although he indicated that it could not be given this year, but it could be in 2024.
APRA’s headquarters are located in the district of Breña.
The former legislator questioned who has presented the fault and recalled that the former minister had to resign due to the scandal of holding a party. “They are scared to death of APRA, because they know that APRA has fought them for 90 years and we are going to continue fighting it,” he told Canal N.
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In this sense, he mentioned that the JNE will take a few more days to resolve the registration before this stain. Likewise, he indicated that there are three things that do not have coherence. “One checks the line, there are three stupidities, one bigger than the other, the truth does not make sense,” he said.
Given the uncertainty of an early election for this 2023, these would be the parties that could participate by being registered. In total, there are 13 political organizations that have a formal registration.
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Among them are: Popular Action, Alliance for Progress, Popular Force, Avanza País, We are Peru, Together for Peru, Front of Hope, Purple Party, Free Peru, Podemos Peru, Patriotic Party of Peru, Popular Renewal.
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