Arevalo asserts that the Attorney General “refuses to comply with the law.”

I have no personal conflict with the lawyer.“He (Boras Argueta) refuses to comply with the law,” Arevalo de León said in a press conference when asked by reporters if he had developed some kind of fight with the prosecutor.

The 67-year-old president added The law obliges the Attorney General to coordinate with the President in meetings of ministers “We know what his actions have been in the past.”

Two months into his presidency, Arevalo de León made the promise Action will be taken against the Attorney GeneralAfter two failed meeting attempts, he was unable to meet in January.

In his first month in office, Arevalo de León sent Interior Minister (Interior) Francisco Jimenez. To coordinate activities with the Attorney General on security matters.

On January 3, before taking office, Arevalo de León made the promise in an interview with EFE. I want the Attorney General to resign. However, in his first 45 days in office It was not expressly requested.

Answer by M.P

After Bernardo Arevalo's statements, The Ministry of Public Works responded through its X Account And stressed that the lawyer is “responsible for strict compliance with the laws of the land”.

“The President initiates the meeting of the Council of Ministers, and the Political Constitution of the Republic and the Law of the Executive Branch clearly establish the manner in which the Council is coordinated before. It cannot be made by persons other than those established by law“Regarding the invitation to the President's lawyer to participate in the Cabinet meeting, M.P.

Also, advocate M.P He invited the president to a meeting “coordinating inter-agency efforts to support victims of crime.”And it was passed after a meeting with the Ministry of Home Affairs represented by the President.

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Last week, Canada joined the United States and the European Union Sanctions against Boras Argueta, attorneys and the judge involved In attempts to “undermine democracy”.

Travel to Europe

Arévalo de León returned this Monday from a ten-day trip through Europe He held meetings with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron and President Pedro Sánchez of the Spanish government.as well as meetings with various organizations such as the International Olympic Committee and United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Dürk.

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