The new Council of Ministers will begin its work on Aug. 4 and will hold sessions every Wednesday. In this first meeting, they will agree on the date of presentation to the Congress, which must give the vote of confidence to the newly appointed cabinet.
Bellido also stated the second work meeting will take place in Piura with the participation of the local mayors to discuss the main problems of the region, especially those related to the last July 30 earthquake.
Recently, President Pedro Castillo visited the area on the occasion of the earthquake of magnitude 6.1 on the Richter scale, which has left at least 41 injured and economic damages.
#Peru Setting an example for Peru and for politicians everywhere, President-elect Pedro Castillo has given up his presidential salary and will continue receiving his teacher's salary. pic.twitter.com/BgWWuTJaDy