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Supporters of Pedro Castillo, Peru's former president, protest his impeachment and arrest on Avenida Abancay in Lima, Peru, on Friday, Dec. 9, 2022. Dina Boluarte, who became Peru’s sixth president in four years, is seeking to build a cabinet and restore confidence in the $240 billion economy after her predecessor was ousted and arrested following an attempt to suspend congress and call for a new constitution. Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Peruvian police charging protesters in Avenida Abancay, Lima, Peru. Supporters of Pedro Castillo, Peru's former president, protest his impeachment and arrest on Avenida Abancay in Lima, Peru, on Friday, Dec. 9, 2022. Dina Boluarte, who became Peru’s sixth president in four years, is seeking to build a cabinet and restore confidence in the $240 billion economy after her predecessor was ousted and arrested following an attempt to suspend congress and call for a new constitution. Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Supporters of Pedro Castillo, Peru's former president, protest his impeachment and arrest on Avenida Abancay in Lima, Peru, on Friday, Dec. 9, 2022. Dina Boluarte, who became Peru’s sixth president in four years, is seeking to build a cabinet and restore confidence in the $240 billion economy after her predecessor was ousted and arrested following an attempt to suspend congress and call for a new constitution. Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Peruvian police trying to block the supporters of Pedro Castillo, Peru's former president, who protest his impeachment and arrest on Avenida Nicolas de Pierola, in Lima, Peru, on Friday, Dec. 9, 2022. Dina Boluarte, who became Peru’s sixth president in four years, is seeking to build a cabinet and restore confidence in the $240 billion economy after her predecessor was ousted and arrested following an attempt to suspend congress and call for a new constitution. Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Supporters of Pedro Castillo, Peru's former president, protest his impeachment and arrest on Plaza San Martin in Lima, Peru, on Friday, Dec. 9, 2022. Dina Boluarte, who became Peru’s sixth president in four years, is seeking to build a cabinet and restore confidence in the $240 billion economy after her predecessor was ousted and arrested following an attempt to suspend congress and call for a new constitution. Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Protests Continue As Peru's New President Vows To End Political Chaos
audrey cordova rampant
Dec 9, 2022
Location: Lima, Peru
On assignment for Bloomberg/Getty, 09 Dec 2022, as protests continue in the country in order to claim for a new constitution and new general elections, meanwhile Dina Boluarte was going to vow as the new President of Peru. During these days of protests, 26 citizens have died because of police and military's firearms in Ayacucho, Apurimac, and Junin regions, according to hospitals and human rights organizations.

Bloomberg: Protests Continue As Peru's New President Vows To End Political Chaos

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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