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Castillo completed 100 turbulent and contradictory days at the helm of Peru

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Pedro Castillo has completed his first 100 days as president of Peru, a period plagued by turbulences, silences, indecisions, ambiguities, and countermarches accompanied by a voracious opposition that does not seem to accept the electoral result and whose extremes are calling for the president's dismissal.

Since he was sworn in as head of state on July 28, the former teacher and union leader has had no respite, almost always in the eye of the storm given the internal tensions of the different forces that make up his government and the external ones of the opposition . . .

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