Pedro Pablo Kuczynski
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We're analyzing various alternatives. Without doubt one of them is that, but it has to be looked at case by case. Because otherwise, we're going to get into interminable judicial processes with terrible complexities.
It has to be dredged.
It clearly needs to be investigated. I can guarantee that I didn't receive anything or do anything. I signed off on a law that Congress passed. That's not a crime.
Today's a day of mourning because 13 police officers have died unnecessarily in a highway in Andes.
The campaign ended seven months ago. Now we have the tremendous task of governing Peru.
That's a whole lot of gas!
We're working and I expect that by the beginning of January we'll have a replacement and the pipeline will be built no matter what.
Naturally it is not just trade that matters. It is investment. It is employment. It is labour and labour has to be part of our effort otherwise they will feel left out and they are an essential part of this.
I didn't like the Tyrannosaurus Rex.
It is fundamental that world trade grow again and that protectionism be defeated.
The Berlin Wall lasted 40 years...why do we want another wall? In Latin America we must show solidarity.
The block that CNPC has ... will soon be declared viable with three to four trillion in proven reserves of gas.
Full-fledged democracy requires absolute respect of human rights and fundamental freedoms, as well as due process. It also requires the full guarantee of the respect of the separation of powers and checks and balances.
It is unavoidable that I mention our concern for the very critical political, economic and social situation that our friendly nation of Venezuela is experiencing.
Right now I'm sitting with Mr. Fink, the head of BlackRock. They're interested in doing financing in Peru on infrastructure, and I'm in talks with them about that.
I told them, without getting confrontational, that this trans-Amazonic train has very high costs, it could have environmental impacts and we have to look at that carefully.
The progress we have made is undeniable, but we all know we need to do more, much more.
This virtual verdict, we take with a lot of modesty. Because Peru has large challenges ahead. And we want a united country that is conciliated, and ready for dialogue.
Vote for democracy, no blank or spoiled ballots!