Peru Turns the Page on Pedro Castillo’s Tragicomedy

Peru Turns the Page on Pedro Castillo’s Tragicomedy
Peru’s ousted President Pedro Castillo is escorted by police at the police station where he is being held in Lima, Peru, Dec. 7, 2022 (AP photo by Renato Pajuelo).

Pedro Castillo’s victory in Peru’s 2021 presidential election was a symptom of the country’s political instability. After taking office, however, he went from being a symptom to being a cause of instability. His impeachment and subsequent arrest this week mark a denouement that was as swift and surprising as his initial rise.

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