RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Marxist-leaning Peru Libre party, which brought leftist President Pedro Castillo to power, announced Thursday (14) that the government has veered to the "center-right" and will not support him in the opposition-dominated Congress.
Castillo, a primary school teacher who took office at the end of July, shortly afterward rejected political pressures and said that every day he could not respond "to petty situations" without referring directly to Peru Libre's announcement.
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