The Peruvian president changes the interior and mines ministers by surprise

Both ministers will have to deal with the conflict unleashed at the Las Bambas copper mine, which produces 2% of the world's copper, and whose operation has been paralyzed for months by the communities that inhabit the area due to a confrontation with the company that operates the deposit.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Peruvian president, Pedro Castillo, changed this Sunday and by surprise the Ministers of the Interior and Mines as part of a reform of his cabinet that also included the renewal of the heads of Transport and Development Agriculture and Irrigation.

The new head of the Interior portfolio is Dimitri Senmache Artola, who replaces Alfonso Chávarry and who was already part of this ministry in November 2021.

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