Tag: Peruvian politics

Since 2011, Peruvians have lived under seven different presidents, while four former heads of state have been arrested or wanted on corruption charges. However, in the same period, Peru has clung to the title of the fastest-growing major Latin American...
Peruvian President Pedro Castillo has officially legalized sports betting and online gambling. Peru's Congress voted 91 in favor of the law last month, with no dissenting votes. The legal decree was subsequently signed, published last week in the official Peruvian...
The political crisis in Peru is coming to a head, with the prime minister calling on the people to defend the government in the streets and lawmakers trading blows in Congress as the investigation into controversial President Pedro Castillo...
Eighty-five percent of Peruvians polled in the latest survey by the Institute of Peruvian Studies (IEP) disapprove of the performance of Congress, while 67% disapprove of that of the country's president, Pedro Castillo. The survey, carried out between August 1...
Peru's Prime Minister, Anibal Torres, informed on Wednesday via Twitter that he presented his resignation to President Pedro Castillo, alleging "personal reasons" when the government is going through a political storm due to fiscal investigations of alleged corruption in...
The Fiestas Patrias in Peru is the festivity that the nation uses to commemorate the country's independence and revive its customs, identity, culture, and all the innate aspects of Peru, leaving behind the Spanish monarchy. After several years of relentless...
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The President of Peru requested UN assistance to face the difficulties of the pandemic and the war. Pedro Castillo met with the head of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Rebeca...
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The electoral adventure of Peruvian President Pedro Castillo and his fleeting, convenient, and already ended link with Peru Libre has fueled the formation of other political parties led by people very close to him. These...
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Tuesday, June 14, a subcommittee of the Peruvian Congress approved the report that declares a constitutional accusation filed by the opposition against Vice President Dina Boluarte for having carried out procedures as president...



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