You know what fuck it I will translate it. As always, take in count that Sudaca is part of the liberal media so they side for the moderates
<Is Cerrón still in command ?: The shadow that prevents the moderation of Castillo's plan
Vladimir Cerrón is not willing to let the new faces of the technical team "moderate" Peru Libre's plans. The recent statements of Pedro Francke have caused annoyance in the political committee of the pencil and they made it known in a meeting in which Sudaca was present. The cracks are beginning to be seen more clearly and Pedro Castillo will soon have to decide which wing to approach.
>While Mrs. Keiko Fujimori continues in denial, last Friday at 10 in the morning, in the premises of Peru Libre located in block 1 of Avenida Brasil, the first meeting of a team that has proposed to start to collect five million signatures within two months. The objective: to achieve the call for a referendum for a New Constitution, despite the fact that some specialists point out that this way of citizen consultation is not possible.
>At this political conclave, the organization secretary of the pencil party, Arturo Cárdenas Tovar, explicitly reminded the group of 16 assembled militants that no modification was going to be made to its economic program. In other words, "there was not going to be any moderation." He explained that the economic measures proposed in the government plan, such as the nationalization of hydrocarbons and mining, were going to be carried out without going backwards, as was the Constituent Assembly.
>Sudaca was a direct witness of that meeting, in which Cárdenas Tovar was introduced - amid applause - as the representative in Lima of the party's secretary general, Vladimir Cerrón. He is then the number two of the political organization Peru Libre and the one in charge of transmitting the message of Cerrón in our capital. Also present was the recently appointed spokeswoman for the party's bench in Congress, Betssy Chávez Chino.
>Why was Arturo Cárdenas emphatic in pointing out that his party "was not going to moderate" its economic program? Because that day an article was published in the weekly ‘Hildebrandt en sus Trece’ that presented Pedro Francke as a member of Pedro Castillo’s “team of moderates” and it was also mentioned that Cerrón was marginalized from it.
>In that same edition, Congresswoman Sigrid Bazán from Juntos por el Perú, an ally of Peru Libre, was even more blunt. “If that hasn't already happened [Cerrón's break with Castillo], then I think it has. Mr. Cerrón, especially because of Junín's results, has shown that he does not have the leadership that is needed […] Mr. Castillo has his own weight. I think you can't go anywhere with Cerrón ”, she pointed out.
>Another fact that had already caused discomfort in the Cerronista wing occurred at the beginning of last week, when Francke published on his Twitter account that in a possible Pedro Castillo government “we have not considered nationalization, expropriation, confiscation of savings in our economic plan. , exchange controls, price controls or import prohibition ”.
>That pronouncement was not coordinated with the political leadership of Peru Libre, led by Cerrón, and limits the hydrocarbon nationalization plan prepared by Juan Pari that Sudaca presented last May. Pari has disappeared from the media, but he left ready for the party a plan that does not rule out nationalization in some sectors, as part of the renegotiations with the companies.
>Según la interpretación de fuentes perulibristas, el pronunciamiento de Pedro Francke fue prácticamente un anuncio de continuidad del modelo económico actual que, según la Constitución, está basado en una “economía social de mercado”, y que es calificado por Perú Libre como “neoliberal”. De hecho, el ideario y plan de gobierno de presentado al Jurado Nacional de Elecciones (JNE) en la primera vuelta, así como el Plan al Bicentenario sin Corrupción para los primeros 100 días de gobierno, elaborado meses después, buscan cambiar el actual modelo de “economía social de mercado” por el de “economía popular con mercados”.
>Poco después de concluir la reunión partidaria, cerca del mediodía, Vladimir Cerrón publicó en su cuenta de Twitter: “Parece que algunos invitados no son conscientes del espacio que ocupan. Les recuerdo que Perú Libre es el que ha ganado las elecciones”.
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>Arturo Cárdenas, in an interview with Sudaca, points out that Cerrón's message was intended to let Peruvians know that the proposals for a Constituent Assembly, a New Constitution and the nationalization of mining resources will always be considered “as original”. gas and oil companies. Cárdenas adds that that tweet was addressed to the invited technicians “such as Pedro Francke, among others, who intend to moderate [the economic program] in quotation marks, but what they basically seek is to manage the neoliberal crisis. Here, our country needs profound changes and for this the people have also voted ”.
>“You have to understand that they come from a school, we can say‘ moderate ’, that does not understand the real problems that our peoples are going through. Unlike them, Peru Libre lives in the moment, we know, we feel all the problems of the friends of the deep Peru, the abuse of the mining companies that do not pay the canon, that do not pay their taxes properly, and even the Peruvian State exonerates them billions of soles and it gives them back ”, says Cárdenas in an interview with Sudaca.
>According to the organization secretary, the statements of "moderation" that Francke has made since he was introduced as part of the technical team (on June 3) have been in a personal capacity and do not represent the voice of the party. “It seems to me that he is taking too many attributions, too many attributions, and he has to understand that he is a guest. In addition, the one that sets the agenda and the guideline is the party ”, he adds. This is in addition to a recent Scotiabank announcement endorsing Francke's presence on the technical team.
>Sudaca also asked him if Cerrón and Castillo coordinated on a daily basis. “They are in constant coordination. That is good and it does well so that it is not possible to betray, first, the hopes and the change that the people have bet, ”he said, after assuring that Cerrón is not far from the party.
>Cárdenas recalled that the political committee of Peru Libre is led by Cerrón himself, as general secretary, and represented in Lima by his person, as organizational secretary. "We are working 24 hours a day here in Lima, and that leadership will always have to carry out the implementation of the party's economic program that it has proposed for these five years," he points out.
>The PL organization secretary points out that in the next few hours a meeting of the technical team will be called to "coordinate, articulate, and speak a single language." He pointed out that Pedro Francke, Horacio Cevallos and the rest of the invited technicians have to understand that they are subject to the political, ideological and programmatic direction of the party. “They have to be subject to it. And if not, they would have to step aside, just as Kurt Burneo stepped aside ”, he remarks.
>Cárdenas denies that this fact can be considered the first crisis of the party, although it has all the way of being it. "For that reason, we are putting the cold cloths and correcting things as they are," he points out.
>The truth is that not everyone has an opinion formed on these facts. Edgar Tello, for example, who is part of the group of 14 professors close to Castillo that make up the bench of the 37 elected congressmen of Peru Libre, tells Sudaca that on a possible "moderation of the economic plan" his group will give their opinion after the 100% counting of votes, since now it is only about “opinions”. "At that point we will decide what is best for the country," he said.
>Tello ensures that teachers participate in party meetings, and that "the group is united." Although he would like the "group of teachers", as he calls it, to have its own voice.