Peru: Two parliamentary groups propose to reduce presidential term and bring forward elections

The leftist party Perú Libre justified the reduction of the presidential term in the "crisis of legitimacy" in the political environment.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Two Peruvian parliamentary groups, one of them the ruling Peru Libre, presented on Thursday two constitutional reform bills that propose to reduce the term of office of President Pedro Castillo and the Parliament until 2023 and to bring forward the elections to choose their successors that year.

The bench of the leftist Peru Libre presented a bill proposing to reduce the term of President Castillo . . .

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