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President of Peru says that his country is experiencing an “unprecedented institutional crisis”

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peruvian President Pedro Castillo rejected the accusations of corruption on Tuesday and said in a speech in Congress that the country is experiencing a deep crisis of its institutions, one day after legislators approved starting a political trial seeking his impeachment.

Castillo, a rural teacher who assumed the presidency in July, affirmed that he will soon send to Congress a set of reforms to overcome "this structural crisis", to reverse the political uncertainty that the country is going through.

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