Government Minister Eduardo Del Castillo has held several meetings with leaders of social organizations and lawmakers over the past few hours amid questions and requests for his dismissal from President Luis Arce.
The agency is targeted by the main social organizations that are part of MAS-IPSP. The Single Pact even identified him as an “infiltrator” and “Pitita” and issued a resolution calling for his immediate release.
The attack on Del Castillo intensified following the firing of Deputy Home Secretary Nelson Cox after it was revealed that part of his work team was a lawyer linked to the family of former Government Secretary Arturo Murillo.
The Prime Minister released information and photos over the past 20 hours about the various meetings he held with leaders and lawmakers for the new 2022 government.
“We met with Nicasio Ríos of El Alto City Fejuve to discuss security coordination plans for the current government. Among other topics of interest to the residents of his city,” he shared on his social networks. .
He also reported on another meeting with the leaders of the Council of Farmers’ Associations of the Yungas (Cofecay) to “coordinate activities and measures for management 2022”.
He received the members of the State Security Commission, the Armed Forces and the Bolivian Police to agree on a working agenda for this management.
The agency met with MPs Santos Mamani and Gualberto Arispe to “enact a program of work aimed at improving co-ordination between the legislative and executive branches.”
“We continue our coordination meetings with social sectors, we met with Pacifica Melgar and Denise Guaji Moye, representatives of the Center for Indigenous Women of Beni,” she said, referring to another of her meetings.
Del Castillo is on a list of most watched ministers including: Justice, Presidency, Hydrocarbons, Environment, and Water and Health.
Not only did the Unity Pact refer to Arce’s proven team, the coordinator of the six federations of the Cochabamba tropics also did so in an assessment meeting, even former President of Bolivia and leader of the MAS, Evo Morales, slammed changes with a more before political than technical profile.
It is traditional for the President to make changes or ratify his cabinet on January 22nd or 23rd.