Political Crisis in Peru as Six Ministers Resign Following Police Raid on President’s House

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Political Crisis in Peru as Six Ministers Resign Following Police Raid on President's House

Following a police raid on the President’s house in Peru, six ministers resigned amid a political crisis.

President Vizcarra of Peru on Tuesday, April 1, in the midst of a new political scandal related to luxury watches, replaced six ministers after their sudden resignation.

The chain of cabinet resignations, which includes the Minister of State of Peru, was followed by the country’s police launching an investigation into allegations of illegal possession of expensive Rolex watches by Mrs. Boluarte.

Around 40 police officers and prosecutors in Peru raided the President’s house over the weekend, searching for evidence related to the origin of at least three Rolex watches that were not previously publicly declared in her asset list. Mrs. Boluarte denies any wrongdoing and insists she purchased the watches with her own money.

Victor Torres, the Minister of State, announced his decision to step down from his position on Tuesday.


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