The Chairman of the Constitution Committee of the Congress, Rosa Bartra, pointed out that it is necessary to have a "serious and responsible debate" on the projects sent by the executive, before proceeding with the referendum.
In a dialogue with RPP News he assured the Peru It stands for the "historic opportunity" to adopt reforms in the areas of justice, politics and constitutional policy with a view to combating corruption, as well as to correct the legal system and crisis of political representation.
In this context, he urged the government and the political forces to avoid populist views and actions in the debate on legislative initiatives on the return to parliamentary opportunities in Parliament and the reform of the National Council of Magistrates (CNM).
The Constitution Commission will start on Tuesday to analyze the proposals of the executive, starting with the law of constitutional reform of the CNM, which proposes to amend Articles 155 and 156 of the political constitution of Peru.
Also the project that wants to establish itself bicameralism in the Congress of the Republic to promote equality of political participation of women and men and to promote better regional representation.
It should be noted that the Constitution Committee has invited the Minister of Justice, Vicente Zeballos, at the session on Tuesday 21 to support the scope of these accounts.
Bartra said that Zeballos should, among other things, clarify how the election candidates that the Executive put into his project bicameralism, because some districts without representatives would lag behind for the proposal of microdistricts and macro districts.
"The result seems to be an artificial construction of constituencies with which the population will feel unidentified, which contradicts the principle of representation," he said.
He also said that citizens should receive election education and that the National Election Jury (JNE) and the ONPE they must be ready to take these actions once the reforms have been approved for the referendum.