Legislator Carlos Alva Rojas told La República that a law is being prepared in Congress to get women out of the crisis. small and medium businesses (SMEs) in the country through purchases of your production by state agencies. The acciopopulista arrived in Trujillo with the Capital Peru Multiparty Commission.
“We are going to pass a very important law for small and medium-sized companies. From these companies, which are manufacturers in Peru, the State is going to buy the 40% of its production. There are national companies whose product is made abroad, but this law will favor those that make their products in Peru. Footwear and metalworking SMEs will benefit,” he mentioned.
In his opinion, the country has a very good economic outlook. “Peru is growing in mining. Metal prices have fallen, but there is exploration, there are resources. There are problems, yes, with this food crisis which is worldwide. Rather, the Government needs to see short-term policies to fix this,” she commented.
Alva Rojas recalled that in Trujillo the El Niño phenomenon in 2017, that now the entire country is hit by a pandemic and that a food crisis is expected. “These are exogenous factors, they are variables that sometimes we cannot control,” he said.
Regarding the resumption of works of the third stage of the Chavimochic Special Project (PECh), the acciopopulista stated that a 90-day extension has been requested before the arbitral tribunal for the signing of the addendum.
“The Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri) is going to have 60 days to work together with its agencies on the technical solution to some aspects. In addition, 10 days will be held by the Comptroller General of the Republic (CGR), 10 days by the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) and 10 days by Proinversión. After all this, it will come out signature of the addendum“, he pointed.
The parliamentarian said that the role of legislators is to see that the deadlines are met. “The population of La Libertad is very desperate because with the unblocking of works there will be 130,000 jobsmore than 30,000 new hectares for cultivation and the most important thing is that 1,500 million dollars a year in foreign currency will enter Peru”, he pointed out.