The Prime Minister of Peru praised Hitler while talking about infrastructure

Peruvian Prime Minister Aníbal Torres on Thursday backed Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler for improving the country’s communications routes and infrastructure by making Germany “the world’s first economic power”.

Torres Hitler and Italian dictator Benito Mussolini were mentioned at the opening of the IV decentralized cabinet in the Andean city of Huangayo today, highlighting the importance of infrastructure work.

“Italy and Germany were like us, but on one occasion Adolf Hitler visited northern Italy and showed Mussolini a highway built from Milan to Brescia. He underlined.

On March 18, the head of the Peruvian government already mentioned Hitler, comparing him to former President Alberto Fujimori (1990-2000), following the decision of the Constitutional Court in 2017 to reinstate the pardon granted to the former head of state. ., Action suspended by judgment of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.

“His (Fujimori) achievements should be recognized, but I will give you an example of Germany. Was it not Hitler who made Germany a world power?

The Peruvian Prime Minister said today that “without infrastructure, the country will not develop and communication devices, like human nerves and arteries, can survive and thrive”.

For that reason, he told local officials and executive members that he should try to improve communication mechanisms in his country and “make sacrifices”.

Aníbal Torres pointed out that despite the fact that “individual, family, community and national development depend on good quality education”, Peru has “very poor quality education and poor quality health care”.

“All the countries that have moved from underdevelopment to development have done so through education, allocating huge budgets for education”, largely “suffering from a lack of hospitals and health centers,” he pointed out. There must be enough health professionals to serve the people.

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Torres is taking part in a group of ministers in Huanghai, which includes the presence of President Pedro Castillo, who led anti-government protests in the city last week that led to clashes and looting. And trade was affected.

The permanence of the prime minister’s post has been questioned in recent hours by the political opposition and local press, following the confirmation of the death of one of protesters on Wednesday in the southern part of Ika.

Despite the social and political crisis facing Peru, including demands for the resignation of President Castillo, Torres promised on Wednesday that the government was “very firm.”

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