Minister Demartini on the law on crimes against humanity: we respect the decision, but the Executive will evaluate it

Minister Demartini on the law on crimes against humanity: we respect the decision, but the Executive will evaluate it
Minister Demartini on the law on crimes against humanity: we respect the decision, but the Executive will evaluate it

When asked about the recently approved law that prescribes crimes against humanity, the Minister of the Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion (Midis), Julio Demartini, said that they respect the decisions taken by Parliament, but that they will evaluate said law when it is sent to the Executive Branch.

“The Prime Minister has already said that we respect the decisions of Congress, however, this will be referred to the Executive and there we will evaluate and give an official position on our part,” he argued.

These statements were made by the head of Midis during the fair of services and distribution of blankets to users of social programs in San Juan de Miraflores, within the framework of the initiative “Peru is sheltered,” which aims to bring comprehensive promotion, prevention and protection services to the vulnerable population.

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