Peru: presidents vs parliamentarians

In few countries in the region does governance depend as much on parliamentary activity as it does in Peru. Both because of its constitutional design and the accentuated political fragmentation of the country, the Congress has been the epicenter of the different political crises that the nation has experienced in its recent history.

The New Legislator President: Bukele

The recent legislative election in El Salvador consolidates the end of the bipartisanship prevailing in the country since 1992. The newly born New Ideas party obtained an unprecedented parliamentary majority for the young democracy. This result completely rethinks the power scheme and consolidates Nayib Bukele’s leadership.

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