RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Thursday, February 4th, Peru’s Constitutional Court tossed out a law that would have allowed partial withdrawals of savings by citizens enrolled with state pension fund, a measure that had prompted fierce opposition from interim President Francisco Sagasti.
The court said in a statement that it had voted unanimously to overturn the law, calling it “unconstitutional.”
The law passed by opposition members of Congress in December, intended as a lifeline for . . .