NAIJA HOW FAR? Peru President, Manuel Merino Resigns After At Least Two Protesters Died In Peru

Date: 15-11-2020 8:37 pm (3 months ago) | Author: Mister Jay Wonder
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Peru’s President Manuel Merino resigned Sunday, just five days after taking office, sparking celebrations in the capital Lima following street protests against him and the ousting of his popular predecessor,Martín Vizcarra.

“I want to let the whole country know that I’m resigning,” Merino said in a televised address, a day after a police crackdown on protesters left at least two people dead.

However, seven of the 18 ministers in Merino’s cabinet announced their resignation on  Saturday night after the police crackdown, according to local media.

Merino, 59, resigned shortly after a crisis session of Congress called on him to quit power before 6:00 pm (2300 GMT) or face censure. Congress is expected to appoint a new president — the South American country’s third in a week.


Posted: at 15-11-2020 08:37 PM (3 months ago) | Addicted Hero
- o0OoMOnkeyo0OoE1ilL at 15-11-2020 09:44 PM (3 months ago)
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One,

Big Mr.Biggs deal. 2 protesters? Big deal. Empty office bigger nr.1





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- Eyioke at 16-11-2020 05:52 AM (3 months ago)
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Even if the whole country will die no president in Nigeria will resign. They cover the truth that nobody dies
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- edvan32001 at 16-11-2020 09:21 AM (3 months ago)
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In nigerian no body will resigned oooo
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- taypetdun at 16-11-2020 12:10 PM (3 months ago)
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People with conscience, how many Nigerians died yet service chiefs, IG, NASS and Buhari remained adamant to vacate their seats, tell mw why they should not be charged with murder, use of force, violation of human rights and corruption and enriching themselves to detriment of the poor masses. Heartless politicians
Posted: at 16-11-2020 12:10 PM (3 months ago) | Upcoming
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