When Peru’s legislature booted President Martín Vizcarra from office this week, they may have done more than just oust a popular leader — they likely put the country’s best chance at making a dent on endemic corruption on hold.
By Christine Armario, Franklin Briceno, Associated Press
The president denied any wrongdoing but lawmakers said they didn't believe him. They also lambasted his response to the virus, pointing to rising poverty, deadly oxygen shortages and the country's misguided use of rapid antibody tests.
By Franklin Briceno, Associated Press
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