RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Pedro Castillo's first five months at the helm of Peru have been far from the tranquility that the country was looking for with the last elections held between April and June because there have already been 12 ministerial changes in less than half a year of government.
Castillo has had to face tireless opposition from the leading media groups, a Congress that despite being very divided has not hesitated to unite against him, and his party, Peru Libre, which has accused him of being lukewarm in his policies in the face of those who consider . . .
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