Castillo launches Peru’s 2nd agrarian reform, stresses he does not seek to “expropriate land or affect rights”

The President has reported creating a Cabinet focused on rural development and other measures to support Peruvian farmers, such as the purchase of fertilizers for crops.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The President of Peru, Pedro Castillo, has launched this Sunday (03) the second agrarian reform in the country's history, about which he has clarified that "it does not seek to expropriate land or affect property rights."

In this context, the President has reported creating a Cabinet group focused on rural development and other measures to support Peruvian farmers, such as the purchase of fertilizers for crops or an adjustment on the prices of products, as reported by the local newspaper 'La República'.

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