RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru’s new Cabinet started to take shape on Wednesday, November 11th, as lawyer and long-time politician Ántero Flores-Aráoz said he had agreed to be the Andean country’s new prime minister and pledged to hold a steady course amid the recent political upheaval.
Flores-Aráoz said in a radio interview he had accepted the role after the controversial removal of centrist President Martín Vizcarra on Monday plunged the world’s no. 2 copper producer and a regional economic outperformer before the pandemic struck into turmoil.
Congress head Manuel Merino, who . . .