In March, the Peruvian government decided to dissolve its intelligence services, and set up a special commission to examine how best to restructure the service. The Prime Minister Carlos Ferrero said that this was because too many agents had ties to former President Fujimori and Vladimiro Montesinos. This move came after Ricardo Arbocco the head of the National Intelligence council resigned after just two days in the post. He was the seventh person to head the agency since President Toledo came to office in 2001. His predecessor Daniel Mora had resigned amid claims that his agency had plotted to get Interior Minister Fernando Rospigliosi sacked. Rospigliosi had also held the top position in the intelligence agency for six months in 2002.