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Peru's Presidential Election Shows A Narrow Lead For Kuczynski
Partial results showed the former economist one percentage point ahead of Fujimori, the daughter of an imprisoned former authoritarian leader.
Mariana Bazo / Reuters
Peru's Presidential Election Comes Down To A Tight Run-Off Vote
Polls showed a dead heat between candidates before the vote.
Janine Costa / Reuters
Protesters Focus On Peru's Political Establishment
Editor/Economist Latin America for The Economist Intelligence ...
Rather than being focused on local issues, such as the impact of large-scale mining, the protests have expressed a broad frustration with Peru's political establishment. In this way, they mirror recent protests in Brazil.
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Looking Ahead for Egypt -- Check Out Peru
Acting Director, US Program, Human Rights Watch
How is it possible for Egypt to create a legitimate, rights-respecting government out of the discredited status quo? Peru successfully navigated a similar transition not too long ago.
The End of Impunity for Executive Abuse: Fujimori on Trial
Lisa J. Laplante
Visiting Asst. Prof., Marquette Law School
On the world stage, the Alberto Fujimori's conviction will stand as a warning that the preservation of national security can no longer serve as a cloak for violence and human rights abuse.
Peru: Fujimori Verdict A Rights Victory
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