Alan García congratulates his congressmen "for his defense of the APRA government"

Ex-President Alan García congratulated Apostot congressmen for defending his government (2006-2011) after the voters of the party star and Fujimorismo (Fuerza Popular) prevented their inclusion, and Keiko Fujimori's final report by Lava Jato, approved this Friday's plenary session of Congress.

"Congratulations to the members of the cell for defense of the Apostle government"Continue to unify the party's revival," Garcia wrote on Twitter and accompanied his message using the hashtag "#ElApraVuelve".

Alan García he included in his tweet photo of APRA club congressmen, Mauricio Mulder, Jorge del Castillo, Javier Velásquez Quesquén and Elías Rodríguez Zavaleta. Luciana León, who is not in the picture, is on maternity leave.

Over the past two days, the APRA Congress has met with other MEPs during the debates on the Lava Jato commission report, which was presented by the president of this Fujimorist working group, Ros Bartr. On Thursday, a strong debate between Newcastle and left-wing MPs from New Peru and Frente Amplio, calling for Alan García to be investigated, forced the board to suspend the debate.

"Caviar-Communist War"

In other tweets published this Friday, Alan García He mentioned APRA's triumphs over the left-wing sectors, in relation to congressmen who asked for their inclusion as investigated in the report Lava Jato.

"Since 1930, APRA has stopped communism and Chavismo was defeated in 2006. That's why pseudo-reds and caviar use right-wing governments as a budget," he wrote.

In the next report, he added that "the Café-Communist War against Apra is growing in the media because the anti-racist governments that supported it ended up corrupt, corrupt and stopped social progress "

Alan García freed himself

With 59 votes against, 34 for and 5 abstentions, the plenary assembly released a motion to charge Fujimori and García in a document about alleged bribery of Brazilian companies in Peru, where former presidents Alejandro Toledo, Ollanta Humala and Pedro Pablo Kuczynski. He also voted against Vice President Mercedes Aráoz, the only congressman who made it among the congressmen from the other parties.

In the case of García, the Lava Jato Commission has decided to free itself from charges of collusion, bribery and incompatible talks about irregularities in the construction of the Lima 1 metro line, where Odebrecht allegedly paid $ 24 million in bribes.

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