Peruvian newspapers have been working overtime trying to keep up with the latest presidential corruption scandals. The country votes in a referendum on Sunday that’s being seen as a backlash against the political class.
Peruvian newspapers have been working overtime trying to keep up with the latest presidential corruption scandals. The country votes in a referendum on Sunday that’s being seen as a backlash against the political class. Jim Wyss Miami Herald
Peruvian newspapers have been working overtime trying to keep up with the latest presidential corruption scandals. The country votes in a referendum on Sunday that’s being seen as a backlash against the political class. Jim Wyss Miami Herald

Three decades of presidential corruption rattles Peru ahead of referendum

December 05, 2018 12:48 PM