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 . . .