Radio Havana Cuba | A poll reveals that the majority disapprove of the Peruvian president

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Lima, March 9 (RHC) Only one in 10 Peruvians approve of President Dina Boluarte's administration, compared to 85 percent who disapprove, according to a new survey conducted by a private company.

The DETEM poll indicates that the president is maintaining the levels of the previous month and indicates that the consultation took place before Prime Minister Alberto Otarola replaced conservative jurist Gustavo Adrianzen, so it does not reflect the public perception that she has disappointed the public. Demand more ministerial changes

The results also show that Congress President Alejandro Soto is not accepted by citizens either, as only 11% approved of him, while 70% disapproved of him.

On the other hand, Lima's mayor, Rafael Lopez Aliaga, from the far right, received only 20% approval and 70% disapproval.

Datum's monthly poll also focused on the problem of citizen insecurity, which is considered the main problem in the country and whose persistence is leading to demands for the retirement of the recently appointed Minister of the Interior, Victor Torres.

According to the results of the consultation, 84 percent of residents of Peruvian cities feel unsafe when going out, a figure that rises in Lima, where a third of the country's population is concentrated, to 92 percent.

Former Deputy Interior Minister Ricardo Vald├ęs commented that “what makes a person feel unsafe in his city has to do with how he perceives the role of his authorities” and added that “the administration that was carried out by the executive was very negative.” “. (R L)

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