- Just hours after being accused herself of corruption, Peru’s attorney general filed charges President Dina Boluarte for the deaths of a couple dozen protestors who were killed during anti-government demonstrations.
- Attorney General Patricia Benavides brought the charges in a constitutional complaint on Monday, a legal move Boluarte described as “a despicable political maneuver.”
- Boluarte, the first woman to lead Peru, ascended to the presidency after she successfully formed a coalition with the South American country’s conservative congress.
Peru’s AG Charges President With Murder After She’s Accused Of Corruption
Fotografía de archivo cedida por Presidencia de Perú, de la presidenta de Perú, Dina Boluarte, mientras habla en Lima (Perú). EFE/ Presidencia del Perú/