Peru's Parliament Tuesday declined to open an impeachment procedure against President Pedro Castillo Terrones after a group of rightwing lawmakers had sought to declare him as “permanently moral incapacitated.”2 comments
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary-General Luis Almagro Thursday said in Lima that President Pedro Castillo was determined to fight corruptionAdd your comment!
Peruvian President Pedro Castillo Terrones has been under heavy criticism over the past few days as people are still trying to understand who the head of state's allies is.
Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones has been served with a notification that a vacancy motion had been filed against him. The constitutional procedure requires at least 40% of the votes – 52 being the magic number.
The Washington DC-based Human Rights Watch organization Wednesday said Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones undermined freedom of expression after the head of state threatened to withdraw all state advertising from media outlets.
Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones has appointed Carlos Jaico as Secretary of the Government Palace to replace Bruno Pacheco, who was forced to resign amid a series of corruption scandals for which he is now under investigation.
Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones Wednesday announced he would put the presidential aeroplane up for sale in a move towards financial austerity.
Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones told a European Union envoy Tuesday that his administration was offering right conditions for responsible investments in the country.
Just one day after Bolivia's ruling party Movement Towards Socialism was reported to have opened up an office in Peruvian territory, Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones has filed the customary petition before Congress to be allowed to travel to La Paz, Oct. 30 to participate in the “Presidential and VI Binational Ministerial Cabinet Bolivia - Peru Meeting.”
Just a couple of days after Peru's President Pedro Castillo Terrones lost support from his Marxist Peru Libre party, which decided not to support his new cabinet, press reports have come out indicating former Bolivian President Evo Morales's Movement Towards Socialism (MAS) has set foot into the country and even has established its headquarters in Cusco.