Here, the headlines of the day where, in addition, you can find out all the news and latest news today on ABC. Everything that has happened this Sunday, February 6 in the world and in Spain:
The Prime Minister of Peru, Héctor Valer, submits his resignation from office
The Peruvian Prime Minister Hector Valer, announced last night that he presented his letter of resignation from the position as it was considered “an obstacle” for the Government to obtain the approval of the investiture vote in Congress. “I accept the machine-gunned defeat by the newspapers of Peru that belong to a group linked to the extreme right of the country, which built an image of an abuser for this combatant who retires to his winter quarters,” said Valer, visibly upset, in the door of the Government Palace located in the center of Lima.
Castillo announces changes in the Peruvian government without self-criticism
President peter castle announced the “recomposition in the cabinet” after the controversy caused by the appointment of Héctor Valer as prime minister and who has been accused before the Judiciary of assaulting his wife -already deceased- and his 29-year-old daughter. According to the court document accessed by ABC, in 2016 he was ordered protection measures for the wife of the prime minister after the beating received. Valer’s daughter also reported him to a police station in Lima saying that he “slapped her, punched her, kicked her in the face and different parts of the body and pulled her hair.”
Elections in Costa Rica strain the most stable country in Central America
The elections in Costa Rica will be crucial for the inhabitants of the Central American country to maintain their characteristic “pura vida” greeting. The country is one of the most stable in the region, with a standard of living above the average, an exceptionality like few others in a continent mired in violence, poverty and marginalization. Today’s votes will be important because in them the Costa Ricans will elect the candidates who could go to a second round. The political campaigns have been timid and the electoral climate is hardly felt. The Government of Carlos Alvarado, of the Citizen Action Party (PAC), which had to endure heated protests and is facing a crisis exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic, ends up completely worn out.
The UN calls for freedom for a Spanish woman detained in a Chavista prison
In case of Mary Help of Christians Delgado Tabosky (46 years old), one of the Spaniards that Chavismo keeps imprisoned in the General Directorate of Military Counterintelligence (DGCIM), has once again aroused the concern of the UN Human Rights Council. The Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has analyzed again the situation of this Hispanic-Venezuelan woman with a Spanish passport, who has been in the dungeons of the intelligence center with her husband for almost three years, Juan Carlos Marrufo Capozzi (49 years old), a retired military man of Italian nationality.