Foreign Minister Cesar Landa on Friday called on the Peruvian parliament to reconsider Thursday’s voting session, which rejected the agreement signed with the Organization of American States (OAS) to hold the 52nd General Assembly in the capital. Lima.
Likewise, the Cabinet member clarified that the support requested by the international organization is “only for this Assembly, without generating international obligations in the future”.
In a later post, the government official expressed with some images what is called the so-called neutral toilet, showing that it is the one intended for a man, a woman or a disabled person.
The chairman of the Congress’s Foreign Relations Committee, Ernesto Bustamante (Fuerza Popular party), questioned an appendix to the document on the use of toilets, which stated that the Peruvian government must guarantee adequate access to sanitary facilities for all the people who take part in the General Assembly. This includes the provision, in addition to the usual toilets, of individual toilets and at least one neutral toilet.
He argued that the appendix referring to the use of toilets during the international event is completely unnecessary and should be removed from the 199-page document.