He was not there to serve a dictator, says former ambassador about Castillo

“I was not in a position, as I am not, to work for an unconstitutional government outside the law, nor to serve a dictator,” says Harold Forsyth, Peru’s former permanent representative to the Organization of American States (OAS). The former ambassador resigned from his position after learning that Pedro Castillo unconstitutionally dissolved Congress to install an emergency government. Hours later, the Peruvian Congress approved the presidential vacancy. Forsyth assured that he would not be willing to return to his position under the mandate of the new president of Peru, In Boluarte.

Last minute of Pedro Castillo after vacancy and dissolution of the Peruvian Congress, live: news, resignations and reactions

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