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Congressional Subcommittee Recommend Castillo Impeachment Review

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  • A Peruvian congressional subcommittee found that President Pedro Castillo likely committed treason and recommended an impeachment review by the legislature, according to the congressional Twitter feed. (Bloomberg)
    • 11 of the 21 lawmakers of the subcommittee voted in favor of an investigative report that also recommends barring Castillo from holding office for five years.
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  • A Peruvian congressional subcommittee found that President Pedro Castillo likely committed treason and recommended an impeachment review by the legislature, according to the congressional Twitter feed. (Bloomberg)
    • 11 of the 21 lawmakers of the subcommittee voted in favor of an investigative report that also recommends barring Castillo from holding office for five years.