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Peru’s President Castillo Says Dissolving Congress, Declares State Of Emergency



Peru's President Castillo Says Dissolving Congress, Declares State Of Emergency

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Pedro Castillo, the president of Peru, announced on Thursday, December 7, that he would dissolve the country’s legislature and call new elections.

Castillo, who is responding to an impeachment process, declared a state of emergency in Peru and imposed a wave of recollection across the entire nation.

In a speech on open television, Castillo stated that he decided to establish a “governo of exception to restore the state of right and democracy.”

In his speech, he announced the following measures:

  • Dissolving the Congress “temporarily”
  • Establishing an exceptional emergency government
  • Organize elections for a new Congress.
  • In as few as ten months, a new constitution will be drafted.
  • temporary government of exception
  • curfew between 22:00 and 04:00 local time
  • Anyone in possession of illegal weapons must surrender them to the government or face imprisonment.

Peru President Impeachment

The previous week, the Peruvian Congress approved the start of an impeachment procedure against Castillo, who is accused of having “moral incapacity” to hold the position. This is the third official attempt to unseat the left-wing leader since he took office in 2021.

The pressure increased as well after the Congress began to evaluate a complaint filed by the Public Ministry against Castillo for alleged corruption. The Promoter requests that he be temporarily removed from his duties.

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