Today, the Peruvian State is a prey held captive by the executive and legislative powers, by the old and new parties, left, center and right, by the politicians in office. In the meantime, the citizenry watches stupefied, passive, immobile, without knowing what to do.
A political constitution is not an end in itself, it is an instrument for a higher goal: the peaceful cohesion of a society. The current Peruvian political constitution no longer fulfills that purpose. This legal instrument does not achieve the social cohesion necessary to preserve peace and compliance with the law.