Peru’s new president is looking for a place to set up his office

During his inauguration speech, Castillo announced his intention to dispense with the Government Palace in Lima as the Executive Branch seat.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The President of Peru, Pedro Castillo, is looking for a place to set up his office after announcing that he would not work from the Government Palace, which he wants to turn into a national museum.

Until he finds that space, Castillo agreed to work in the Government Palace, after receiving criticism for his lack of transparency by not having a fixed location with a registry of visits and meetings.

Since he assumed the Presidency of Peru last Wednesday, Castillo's only fixed place of work during his first days in office has been the same . . .

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