Restless in Peru

The news is out: [LIMA, Peru — Facing furious nationwide protests and growing international pressure, interim President Manuel Merino offered his resignation on Sunday, less than a week after he was inaugurated to replace ousted popular president Martín Vizcarra.
In a brief televised speech, Merino said his de facto cabinet would continue while congress worked to name a new president. But it was unclear who he was talking about; at least 11 ministers, including the heads of the interior, justice, trade and energy and mines, announced their resignations, some on Twitter, overnight.]

In Twitter we trust.

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