Peruvian legislators will appoint their three representatives to the central bank’s board within 20 days, Peru21 reported, citing the president of Congress, Daniel Abugattas.
Javier Silva, a former central bank president and finance minister, has been invited by a group of congressmen to be their representative on the board, the Lima-based newspaper said.
Other potential candidates are former Economy Minister Eduardo Moron, and economists Elmer Cuba and Francisco Gonzalez, Peru21 reported.
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