Peru – Points on the Political Crisis (Latin America Risk Report Substack)

  • The paradox that Peru currently faces is that its political system is too broken to fix itself.
  • No politician is popular in Peru. The public hates them all. If a new presidential election were held today, the field would be divided with a dozen contenders taking less than 10% of the vote and nobody polling above 20%. That’s essentially what happened last year. If new legislative elections are held, most members of Congress will lose their seats and the political system will be divided across 10 or so parties. READ MORE

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