Thursday, July 29

Businessmen and opposition ask Castillo not to include Peru in the Bolivarian axis


Correspondent in Lima

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The president-elect of Peru, Pedro Castillo, faces the challenge of governing a country divided after the election in which he won by more than 44,000 votes and in a serious economic crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic. A month and a half after the second round of the presidential elections on June 6, the National Elections Jury (JNE) endorsed Castillo’s victory with the 50,12% of valid votes, a narrow victory by just 44,263 votes ahead of the candidate on the right, Keiko Fujimori. To get out of the challenges ahead, analysts point out that it must build a moderate government agenda that ensures its permanence in the



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