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By John Yang, Sarah Clune Hartman, Azhar Merchant
People are pouring into Peru's capital, many from remote Andean regions, for a protest against President Dina Boluarte and in support of her predecessor, whose ouster last month launched weeks of deadly unrest and cast the nation into political chaos.
By Daniel Politi, Franklin Briceno, Associated Press
Peru's new government has declared a 30-day national emergency amid violent protests following the ouster of President Pedro Castillo.
By Regina Garcia Cano, Associated Press
Peru’s new president has given in to protesters demands, announcing in a nationally televised address a proposal to move up elections.
By Regina Garcia Cano, Franklin Briceno, Associated Press
Peru’s newest president, Dina Boluarte, swore in her Cabinet on Saturday just three days after becoming the country’s first female head of state and asked each minister to pledge not to be corrupt while in office.
Peru’s first female president appeared in a military ceremony on national television on Friday in her first official event as head of state, an attempt to cement her power and buck the national trend of early presidential departures.
By Franklin Briceno, Associated Press
Peru's Congress has removed President Castillo from office and sworn in his vice president to replace him. Lawmakers voted to oust Castillo after he decreed the dissolution of Congress ahead of a third attempt to remove him by impeachment.
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