Peru’s President Pedro Castillo dissolves Congress the day he faced a third impeachment attempt


Since 2016, Peru has been experiencing a political crisis characterized by Parliaments and presidents on duty who seek to eliminate each other due to disagreements. In 2019, President Martín Vizcarra (2018-2020) dissolved Congress and called legislative elections. In 2020 the new Legislative removed Vizcarra. The new president, Manuel Merino, lasted less than a week and resigned after marches that left two dead and 200 injured. Francisco Sagasti came to power and after nine months handed over the position to the current president.


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