The Peruvian embassy in Spain sent a letter to the leader of the Madrid community, Isabel Diaz Ayuzo, rejecting his revelations during a debate on July 15, saying that “44,000 deaths had voted in Peru’s elections.”
The document was signed by Ambassador Claudio de la Puente Ribeiro “A dozen election monitoring missions”, Including the European Union and the Organization of the United States, recognized that elections in Peru were “free and democratic.”
He recalled that they greeted the Peruvian people. “For going to the polls to express their will in a peaceful and democratic manner. “.
“I must reject another seriousness of his intervention, in which he circumvents Peru’s reference to the nature of the dictatorship.”, Said the ambassador in the document.
He was referring to the revelations made by Thias Ayuzo in the control debate for the Madrid legislative government:44 thousand people died in PeruIn Cuba they continue to crush people on their streets, with the largest evacuation in history in Venezuela happening with more than 4 million people. Those individuals will then flee from the misery you create when you rule”.
“My country has proven itself in its national and international performance a Unwavering commitment to the values and principles of democracy and law, Beyond the everyday difficulties of political life that all countries face without exception. “Claudio de la Bouventre Ribeiro responded.
Because of all these references, the ambassador asks the head of the Madrid community “Meditate Carefully” Notes “Invalid” He was headed towards a country friend of Spain like Peru.
It should be noted that this Thursday, the Office of the National Electoral Processes (ONPE) spoke out against the pledges of Isabel Diaz Ayuzo, via social media, by ruling that the dead had voted.
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