About the current Peruvian situation, which seriously affects our democracy, the Peruvian Forensic Anthropology Team (EPAF), institution for the promotion and defense of human rights, says: 1. We deplore the decision, without consultation, of a parliamentary majority that voted for a list of candidates to the Constitutional Court. That vote represents only partisan political interests, not the willing of Peru’s population. 2. The list that now integrate the Constitutional Court not only contains individuals of dubious career in the field of constitutional law; in a particular case, the doubts are extended to its democratic credentials. 3. We believe that the Constitutional Court, the final authority in ensuring the constitutional order, can not be in the hands of those who came for political slogans, and without doubt, they will respond only to the interests of those who appointed them. 4. The Congress is responsible for a great leap backward rarely seen in national history. Congressmen, elected by popular vote to represent all the citizens of this country, have been agents and accomplices in these maneuvers. The EPAF, as an institution of civil society, demands the Congress to annul this designation and propose a new list of candidates with democratic credentials, and that the list must be public, so that all institutions of the country could opine before the representatives of the people take a decision. Lima, July 17th, 2013.