Wednesday, December 14, 2022

Latin American leaders call for protection of Peru’s ousted president

The presidents of Argentina, Colombia, Bolivia and Mexico signed a joint statement Tuesday calling for the rights and health of Peru’s ousted President Pedro Castillo to be guaranteed and the “popular will” of the Peruvian people to be respected amid the volatile political situation in the country.

"The governments of the Argentine Republic, the Republic of Colombia, the United Mexican States and the Plurinational State of Bolivia express their deep concern over the recent events that resulted in the removal and detention of José Pedro Castillo Terrones, President of the Republic of Peru," said the statement, which was signed by the leaders of the four countries -- Argentina’s President Alberto Fernández, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Colombian President Gustavo Petro and Bolivian President Luis Arce.

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