Mexico City, Mexico — Members of Peruvian political parties are requesting the country break diplomatic relations with Mexico and declare Mexico’s president ‘persona non grata’.
On Tuesday, members of the Fuerza Popular called on the current president of Peru, Dina Boluarte, to break diplomatic relations with Mexico after Peruvian politicians demanded that Mexico’s López Obrador not get involved in their internal affairs.
Peruvian legislators have also asked to declare Andrés Manuel López Obrador as ‘persona non grata’ in response to his support for former Peruvian president Pedro Castillo, who was recently removed from office and detained.
The main promoter is congresswoman Gladys Echaíz of Renovación Popular, who has demanded that López Obrador not get involved in the internal affairs of Peru.
Echaíz has asserted that only Peruvians are in a position to resolve the sovereign affairs and that no one else should interfere. The legislator has criticized López Obrador ‘s statements that the Peruvian Congress of the Republic has made discriminatory expressions against former President Castillo.
Congressman Ernesto Bustamante, a member of Fuerza Popular and former president of the Congressional Foreign Relations Commission, has called on the current president of Peru, Dina Boluarte, to break diplomatic relations with Mexico.