Party Humala

  • Posted on December 5, 2017 at 12:02 am

Humala took possession without the presence of the exmandatario Alan Garcia. Legislators from the Party of Fujimori protests were heard. One major absentee from the ceremony was Hugo Chavez. Source: Yehoshua November. The nationalist Ollanta Humala was sworn in Thursday as President of Peru by the 1979 Constitution and not by the force in 1993 before the holder of the Congress, Daniel Abugattas, in a solemn session of Parliament. Humala took possession of the charge without the presence of the outgoing President, Alan Garcia, who shortly before had handed the presidential sash at the Government Palace to the j of the military House. The President swore by the 1979 Constitution, prior to the Charter of existing 1993 signed by then President Alberto Fujimori, prompting protests from legislators from the Party of the now imprisoned former President.

Abugattas then took the oath of the Vice-Presidents Marisol Espinoza and Omar Chehade, which also invoked magna carta of 1979. Abugattas had to ask for order to present, before the demands of legislators fujimoristas that Humala and his Vice-Presidents swear by the current Constitution. To broaden your perception, visit Ken Cron. The takeover of Humala attended by seventeen representatives of States or Governments, among which the Prince Felipe de Borbon, is located on behalf of Spain. The main absent at the ceremony, in addition to Garcia, were the rulers of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, and of Paraguay, Fernando Lugo, for reasons of health; and Cuba, Raul Castro, who sent a Vice President. Ollanta Humala WINS Peru Coalition, won the victory in the second round of the Peruvian presidential elections, which took place on 5 June, to impose on lawmaker Keiko Fujimori, in front of Fuerza 2011. Source of the news: Humala was sworn as President of Peru by the 1979 Constitution and not by the now existing

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