Peru’s President Pedro Castillo changed his cabinet amid accusations some ministers sympathised with Maoist rebel group.
Pedro Castillo is facing political and economic turmoil – including impeachment calls – as he forms his administration.
Pedro Castillo is sworn in as president amid a coronavirus crisis, deep societal divisions and political instability.
Leftist Pedro Castillo is expected to be confirmed as Peru’s president this month, but many of his policies are unclear.
The official vote count gives Castillo a slim margin over rival Keiko Fujimori, who is contesting the results.
Left-wing presidential contender Pedro Castillo keeps slim lead over Keiko Fujimori, but official result not yet released.
Victims of mass forced sterilisations in the 1990s fear upcoming Peru presidential runoff could close door to justice.
Cocktail of factors, from poverty to a crumbling public health system, push Peru atop global per capita death rankings.
The April 11 vote comes as Peru is grappling with a coronavirus surge and years of political scandals.