Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones Wednesday rejected allegations that he and his wife Liliana Paredes had plagiarized the contents of the thesis they filed to get a Masters' Degree in Educational Psychology at the César Vallejo private university a decade ago.
According to a survey published Wednesday by Lima's El Comercio, only 7% of Peruvians believed a new Constitution was among the people's priorities.
Peruvian President Pedro Castillo Terrones Friday announced he would be launching a public consultation so that the citizenry may decide on whether a new Constitution is wanted or not.
Peruvian President Pedro Castillo Terrones Saturday announced he was eyeing the use of mandatory chemical castration for rapists of minors, adolescents, and women in a move to curb the increasing number of such crimes. The initiative would require Congressional approval.
A Lima judge has ordered the preventive arrest for 36 months of two nephews of Peruvian President Pedro Castillo Terrones as well as of his former aide Bruno Pacheco for their alleged involvement in cases of corruption, it was reported.
Protests all across Peru demanding the resignation of President Pedro Castillo Terrones have left 1 dead and at least 25 law enforcement officers injured in the town of Ica, south of Lima.
Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones Monday averted impeachment after the opposition lawmakers who wanted him ousted failed by far to reach the 87 votes needed.
Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones Sunday announced his Government's upcoming actions will be aimed at strengthening the Second Agrarian Reform, because, after all, our lands give us all the food and our brother farmers deserve to be supported in a comprehensive and rapid manner.
Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones Tuesday denied his alleged involvement in acts of corruption and denounced opposition politicians for their campaign to remove him from office.
Peru's Congress Monday passed by 76 voted in favor, 41 against, and one abstention a motion to debate the impeachment of President Pedro Castillo Terrones for permanent moral unfitness to hold office.