Thousands of Peruvians are protesting the government’s rapid turnovers

Washington Post (Monkey Cage)

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Op-ed in Washington Post

“In Peru, an unprecedented political crisis has unfolded quickly in the midst of rising death tolls and widespread economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic. On Nov. 9, 80 percent of the Peruvian Congress voted to oust President Martín Vizcarra for alleged corruption. Congressional Speaker Manuel Merino became interim president on Nov. 10….”

José Incio
José Incio
Ph.D in Political Science

My research interests include democratic backsliding, subnational politics, methodology.