Minister of Education, Patricia Coreaand head of the Ministry of Culture, jair perezi submit your letter this friday “irrevocable resignation”“at their respective posts due to the latest acts of violence against protesters in areas of the country.
In a document addressed to President Dina Boluaarte, Korea states that he “took the position of guaranteeing the right to education of all Peruvian students (…) democratic set up and institutional”.
“Our country is facing a political crisis of great dimensions which threatens democratic beliefs, respect for order as well as, physical integrity and the life of every Peruvian citizen, who has unfortunately seen vulneradas in the last few hours,” the resignation letter said.
In view of the situation described, Patricia Corea indicates that the country has a “responsibility to find the course that leads us to give a viable future to all Peruvians”.
“Grateful for the trust, I want you to make the best decisions for the good of our Peru,” the document ends.
Korea He was sworn in last Saturday, so his resignation comes before he has served a week as head of Minedoo.
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Culture minister is second to resign from cabinet
Minutes after Patricia Correa’s resignation, Culture Ministry head Jair Perez submitted his resignation to the cabinet headed by whom? pedro angulo, The head of Minkul explained that, due to the remainder of the 20 deaths so far due to protests in various regions of the country, his continuance in office has become untenable.
The document, addressed to President Dina Boluaarte, read, “The unfortunate events that have taken place in the country have caused irreparable loss to brothers and sisters, making my stability in your government untenable.”