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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...
Peru's Attorney General, Patricia Benavides Vargas, opened a new preliminary investigation against President Pedro Castillo for alleged corruption, bringing to six the number of cases against the president to date. "The prosecutor of the Nation ordered to open a...
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...
This July 28, Pedro Castillo's government completes one year amid fiscal investigations against the president, political conflict between the Executive and Legislative powers, and a complex scenario that challenges the Peruvian economy due to uncertainty and lower global growth...
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Public Prosecutor's Office will investigate Peruvian President Pedro Castillo for the alleged crime of influence peddling in a case of promotions to military members of the Armed Forces and summoned him to testify...
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...
By Luis Benavente RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (Opinion) Cumulative inflation in Peru has reached 8.62%. It is the highest level in 24 years since the El Niño phenomenon destroyed the Peruvian economy in 1998. In other words, the negative...
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peruvian Nobel Literature Prize winner Mario Vargas Llosa said that Latin America "is going from bad to worse", that it is going through its worst political moment, and cited the case of Peru, which...



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