RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Far-left Peruvian presidential candidate Pedro Castillo is accustomed to citing biblical passages when he appeals to morality to justify his rejection of abortion, same-sex marriage, marijuana consumption, and euthanasia.
In a televised interview during his campaign before the first round of elections on April 11, the rural school teacher who emerged from anonymity 4 years ago as the leader of a national strike was straightforward about his positions on issues that could soon be debated in the Peruvian Congress.
"I would never legalize abortion," Castillo said in a report on the RPP network. "We . . .