Monday, June 6, 2011

Alan Garcia is committed to working with the next government

President of Peru, Alan Garcia, pledged today to support his successor, regardless of whether the right or left Keiko Fujimori Ollanta Humala, because, he argued, what the country needs good governance conditions. "I do not believe in competitions premature," Garcia said after casting his vote in a local San Borja Lima district, which was accompanied by supporters.

"The important thing is that the next president remains committed to maintaining economic growth and employment generation," added the president, who has low levels of popularity despite the successes in macroeconomics. Garcia also regretted what happened on Saturday in the department of Cusco, where three NCOs from the Army, which he called "martyrs of democracy", were killed in an ambush by ultra-leftist group Shining Path on their way to guard polling stations in the district of Choquetira.

According to the president, except that fact until now the elections pass normally, and there is no reason to believe that it will remain so. On the other hand, Garcia, 62, said he has not got a decision as to whether or seek re-election in 2016. The nomination of the leftist Ollanta Humala accused Garcia had not saved in the campaign neutrality that is required by law and have set aside the right Keiko Fujimori.

The president denies.

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