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Opposers of Pedro Castillo, Peru's former president, protest his impeachment following the dissolution of congress outside the Prefectura de Lima, Peru, where Castillo was detained on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2022. Castillo announced the dissolution of congress and called for legislative elections to draft a new constitution hours before an impeachment debate, escalating a political crisis and putting the Latin American nation’s democracy under threat. Members of the constitutional court described the move as "a coup." Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Opposers of Pedro Castillo, Peru's former president, are celebrating his impeachment following the dissolution of congress outside the Prefectura de Lima, Peru, where Castillo was detained on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2022. Castillo announced the dissolution of congress and called for legislative elections to draft a new constitution hours before an impeachment debate, escalating a political crisis and putting the Latin American nation’s democracy under threat. Members of the constitutional court described the move as "a coup." Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Peruvian police outside the Prefectura de Lima, where Castillo was detained on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2022. Castillo announced the dissolution of congress and called for legislative elections to draft a new constitution hours before an impeachment debate, escalating a political crisis and putting the Latin American nation’s democracy under threat. Members of the constitutional court described the move as "a coup." Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Peruvian police outside the Prefectura de Lima, at Jiron Chota, where Castillo was detained on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2022. Police is preparing Castillo leaving to the State Security. Castillo announced the dissolution of congress and called for legislative elections to draft a new constitution hours before an impeachment debate, escalating a political crisis and putting the Latin American nation’s democracy under threat. Members of the constitutional court described the move as "a coup." Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

Audrey Cordova Rampant

Audrey Cordova Rampant is a documentary photographer, videographer, producer, and director. She covers environmental issues, corruption, and human rights.
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