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The virtual mayor-elect of Lima, Rafael López Aliaga, has called on Peruvian President Pedro Castillo to resign. According to the official counts, which reached 97.5% of polling stations, López Aliaga of the Renovación Popular party (right) would have been virtually...
Peru's Ministry of Defense has accepted the resignation of José Luis Vigil León as secretary general of the ministry and appointed José Antonio Palacios Vera in his place. Vigil León has served for 33 days in this critical post, equivalent...
The Peruvian Foreign Ministry reiterated the government's readiness to open a diplomatic mission in Palestine, as announced by President Pedro Castillo at the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly. On the other hand, the Foreign Ministry also confirmed...
A survey by Ipsos Peru found that 13% of Peruvians approve of the work of the Peruvian Congress, one of the lowest levels since it began last July. According to Ipsos Peru's monthly polls, only in May of this year...
Representatives of the governments of Bolivia and Peru inspected the final work for the imminent opening of a new border crossing that will promote trade and integration, following negotiations that date back three decades, Bolivia's Deputy Minister of Foreign...
Peru's Congress passed a motion of no confidence in its president, Lady Camones, by 61 votes on Monday, after which she was declared vacant of the office she has held since July 26 for the period 2022-2023. The motion, which...
The Peruvian judiciary on Sunday sentenced Yenifer Paredes, sister-in-law of Peruvian President Pedro Castillo, to at least 30 months in prison while she is investigated for alleged money laundering and criminal association. The measure, issued by Judge Johnny Gómez, also...
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru's Congress rejected a motion for impeachment against President Pedro Castillo for alleged "moral incapacity" to hold office by 55 votes to 54, with 19 abstentions, falling short of the required two-thirds majority. The decision...
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The President of Peru, Pedro Castillo, tried to stop the crisis facing his government on Tuesday with the appointment of a new Council of Ministers after the resignation of Prime Minister Mirtha Vásquez. At...

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