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Will protests fix Peru’s endless political turmoil?

Political unrest and dysfunction in Peru after another president impeached.

Peru’s government is now trying to regain balance after Pedro Castillo, its fifth president in six years, has been impeached.

Now, the country is grappling with a new president, and the public is feeling displeased about their government system. Protests have erupted over the country demanding new elections and a new constitution.


Link to Podcast Episode from the article here!

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