"That's what we have to do, generate jobs, generate dignity and respect among people, and demand respect from the State as we are all equal, regardless our skin color or where we live," Humala stated.
He stressed that all Peruvians, without any distinction, deserve to have access to basic services such as health, education and to have a job. "That is what we have to do and this is my commitment," the head of State said.
He detailed that the Trabaja Peru program will create decent jobs in 195 provinces, giving special emphasis to the poorest population of the country.
During the ceremony, Labor and Employment Promotion Minister Rudecindo Vega and Mayor of Comas Nicolas Kusunoki signed a written commitment to build a boulevard.