The Left Wins Peru’s Presidential Election

For the first time in Peru’s history has a leftist and working-class candidate won the presidency. While Pedro Castillo’s election has generated big expectations, his ability to govern faces many challenges. Peruvian journalist and analyst Francesca Emanuele analyzes the election result.

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Featured image: Rural teacher Pedro Castillo is the first leftist to be elected president of Peru. Photo: Reuters

(The Analysis News)

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