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The American states welcome the call for unity by the new president of Peru

"We reaffirm the OAS's support for democracy, peace, institutions and the urgency of rebuilding the democratic path, with an inclusive, open, frank and respectful dialogue", wrote the secretary general of the Organization of States in a tweet Americans, Luis Almagro

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The Organization of American States (Osa) welcomed the inauguration of the vice president as president of Peru Dina Boluarte and his call for national unity. "We reaffirm the OAS's support for democracy, peace, institutions and the urgency of rebuilding the democratic path, with an inclusive, open, frank and respectful dialogue", wrote the OAS secretary general, Luis Almagro.

Boluarte was sworn in yesterday evening after the former president's failed attempt Pedro Castillo to dissolve Congress, which met to vote on the third motion of impeachment against him, and to institute an emergency government by calling early elections. A coup that provoked a firm reaction from his government, with the resignation of many ministers. Castillo was then arrested and led by the special unit in the fight against corruption, led by Colonel Harvey Colchado.

Boluarte, 60, was sworn in by José William Zapata, president of the Parliament of Peru, as president of the Republic: she is the first female president of the Andean country. In her inauguration speech, Dina Boluarte underlined how the former president of Peru was the protagonist of "a coup d'état", stopped by democratic institutions and the population. “As everyone knows, there was an attempted coup d'état promoted by Pedro Castillo, which did not find an echo in the institutions of democracy and in the street,” she said. Boluarte, a 60-year-old lawyer and the Andean country's first female president, then launched an appeal for the "wider unity of all Peruvians", promoting a "dialogue between all the forces represented in Parliament and outside". It will also take "time to put an end to corruption and non-government" said Boluarte announcing "full collaboration" with the public prosecutor's office, the body that has carried out the most important investigations into alleged corruption against Castillo. With the inauguration of Boluarte, six presidents have succeeded one another at the helm of Peru in the last four years.

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