In permanent crisis, Pedro Castillo ends the first year of his presidency

A few months after having inaugurated his government (2021-2026), Castillo was already facing accusations of being involved in irregularities for the grant of the Tarata bridge, in the purchase of biodiesel and in pressure for the promotion of the military.

President Pedro Castillo faces a decisive week in government when he offers the balance of his first year in the Executive next July 28, but besieged by five preliminary investigations opened by the Office of the Attorney General for alleged acts of corruption.

From the first day in the Executive, the former Cajamarcan leader of the last great strike of
teachers, had the majority of political groups in Congress against him, led by Fuerza Popular, his rival's party in the second round of the presidential elections, Keiko Fujimori.

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