Thursday, June 9, 2011

Peru .- Humala praised the "successful" economic model of Brazil in a meeting with Rousseff

BRASILIA, 9 Jun. elected president of Peru, Ollanta Humala, has praised Thursday the "successful" economic model that has been launched in Brazil in recent years during a meeting with President Dilma Rousseff held in Brasilia, its first destination the tour that started in Latin America. "Brazil is a successful model of macroeconomic stability with social inclusion, Humala has said in statements to the press after the meeting with Rousseff held at the Planalto Palace, headquarters of Brazilian Executive.

During his campaign, Humala praised the management model made famous by former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (2003-2011) and turned Brazil into an emerging power. In fact, the Peruvian Nationalist was advised by people close to Lula, in an attempt to distance himself from the alleged links to a few years ago he joined the Venezuelan president, Hugo Chávez.

Brazil is a strategic partner and important to us, "he assured Humala, who takes office on July 28 at a time when Peru experienced one of the highest economic growth in the region and the world without that this could alleviate the severe problems of social exclusion. "A country can not be considered rich when there is so much poverty," he said.

The spokesman of the Presidency of Brazil, Rodrigo Baena, explained to the media that Humala and Rousseff spoke on income transfer programs that run in the country: Brazil, free of poverty, the Family Grant Program and the University for All (ProUni .) Rousseff also confirmed at the meeting who will attend the inauguration of Humala to be held July 28 in Lima, announced Baena.

Brazil is the first stop on the tour that made Humala intense in the region, less than a week after he was elected president of Peru. In this first phase will also visit Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina and Chile. Later travel Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia and Bolivia. On his agenda are meetings with Lula and the presidents of Paraguay, Fernando Lugo, of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, and Chile, Sebastián Piñera, according to Peruvian media reported.

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