Julio Guzmán announces that the Purple Party will participate without political alliances in parliamentary elections
The economist and leader of the Purple Party, Julio Guzmán, said that Daniel Mora, promoter of the University Law, will run for the next legislative elections of 2020 with his group.
The economist and former presidential candidate Julio Guzmán informed on Friday night that Daniel Mora, promoter of the University Law, will run for the next legislative elections of 2020 with the Purple Party.
In an interview with the program, who is right? RPP said that the group that leads has decided in a national assembly that will participate without alliances with other parties. “The Purple Party will go alone to these elections and will send their best cadres,” he said.
Julio Guzmán considered that political organizations should promote the nominations of the most competent people in order to demonstrate to Peruvians that “it is possible to make changes from Congress” in favor of citizens.
When asked about the contacts that his party has had with former congressmen Gino Costa, Alberto de Belaunde and Guido Lombardi, who were part of the Liberal Bank, the economist replied: “It is clear that we have been talking for a long time, because we have several ideological coincidences. I hope that a few days pass so that all of Peru knows the list of candidates. “
The former candidate said that in case the applicants of his party achieve seats in Parliament, his party “will do everything possible to protect” the agreement signed between the Public Ministry and the Brazilian multinational Odebrecht in the framework of the fight against corruption.
“From Congress we are going to make sure to protect Sunedu and that we Peruvians have the possibility of regulating higher education and dealing with all those lobbies and mafias that are behind poor quality education,” he added.