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Cusco: Mincul declares reorganization of the DDC after controversy over tickets to Machu Picchu

Cusco: Mincul declares reorganization of the DDC after controversy over tickets to Machu Picchu

The Decentralized Directorate of Culture (DDC) of Cusco will be subjected to an evaluation to review “critical processes that ensure its effective and efficient operation, as well as improve the quality of the services it provides to citizens.”

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The Ministry of Culture (Mincul) declared the Decentralized Directorate of Culture (DDC) of Cusco in reorganization amid the controversy over the sale of tickets to the Machu Picchu sanctuary by Joinnus, a measure that was to come into effect this December 21 but it will last until January 6.

According to ministerial resolution No. 000520-2023-MC, the DDC Cusco will be reorganized “in order to carry out a comprehensive evaluation of its critical processes that will ensure its effective and efficient operation, as well as improve the quality of the services it provides. to the citizens”.

In this sense, a temporary sectoral work group dependent on the Mincul is created, called “Working Group for the evaluation of critical processes of the Deconcentrated Directorate of Culture of Cusco”, with the aim of preparing and presenting a report that contains the results of the comprehensive evaluation of the critical processes of the DDC Cusco.

Said group must also present proposals for actions and measures of administrative and management reform for the reorganization of the aforementioned Directorate, within the framework of the declaration of administrative reorganization, maintains the Mincul.

In addition, the group must make “recommendations on the conditions and scope of the services provided by the DDC Cusco, with special emphasis on the management of the Llaqta or Inka City of Machu Picchu.”

The day before, Minister Leslie Urteaga announced that the new interim director of the DDC Cusco will be the archaeologist Claudia Miranda Sotomayor, who was previously in office until 2022. However, she clarified that “there will be no layoffs” and the demand of the workers’ union will be met.

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