Mixed report card for Peru's Humala

A month after new president assumed office, some remain wary of his policies.

    It has been one month since Peru's new president, Ollanta Humala was voted into office on a platform to lift Peruvians out of poverty.

    Although he has appointed a pro-market economic team and increased taxation on mining, some remain fearful that his social programmes will affect economic stability.

    Al Jazeera's  Roger Wilkison reports on the major challenges he faces.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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