Peruvians aspire to constitutional reform, according to a survey | News

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The majority of Peruvian voters want constitutional changes expressed either in a call for a constituent referendum or in a reform of the current Magna Carta, according to the publication of a survey by the Latin American Strategic Center for Geopolitics (Celag) this Thursday .


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According to the results of interviews with almost 2,000 people from all over the country, there is a large majority in favor of a tax reform in the form of more taxes for the windfall profits of mining companies (70 percent), and more taxes for luxury goods (69 percent).

The situation in the country after the inauguration of President Pedro Castillo was expressed in that 53.6 percent of those surveyed consider that the opposition is boycotting the management of the Castillo Government.

In recent months, the Peruvian Congress has tried to vacate President Pedro Castillo using various pretexts, although none of the proposals has prospered.

The demographic study showed that in relation to the expectation of an improvement in the economic situation, in the short and medium term, Peruvian citizens are completely divided, since 50.6 percent believe that it is possible, and the rest believe that it is not. .

The precariousness of employment, either through very low wages or directly the lack of employment, is indicated as the main economic problem in the country, according to almost half of those surveyed.

It is noteworthy that, according to those surveyed, only 27.4 percent have a positive image of President Pedro Castillo, in a context in which he has had to form three cabinets in less than six months.

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