|Leader||President of Peru|
|Member of||APEC, UN|
•Peru/Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Peru instigated one of the first lockdowns in the world in response to COVID-19, starting on March 16, which was also one of the strictest and longest. Nevertheless, it has one of the world's highest death reported death rates from COVID-19.
Alberto Fujimori's CIA-backed narco-kleptocracy
In 1990, Alberto Fujimori was elected president of Peru. His election was a shocking event for serious political analysts. Fujimori could never have won without the backing of Peruvian lawyer (and CIA spook) Vladimiro Montesinos, who provided funding and media exposure to secure Fujimori's victory. Fujimori's kleptocracy ranks #7 on the Wikipedia's list. He later fled to Japan but was arrested in Chile and extradited. After the fall of Fujimori's government, the country had a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to address the massive corruption and the mass killings carried out by both the government and resistance to it.
|Peru/Truth and Reconciliation Commission||An attempt to restore a functioning and non-criminal government to Peru.|
Citizens of Peru on Wikispooks
|Javier Pérez de Cuéllar||19 January 1920||4 March 2020||Peruvian diplomat|
|Pedro Pablo Kuczynski||3 October 1938||Attended the 1988 Bilderberg as an ex Peruvian Minister of Energy and Mines. Later President of Peru. Resigned after certain videos were released.|
|Vladimiro Montesinos||A spook who established Peru as a narco-state to supply cocaine to the cabal|
|Martín Vizcarra||President of Peru impeached in November 2020 on grounds of "permanent moral incapacity"|
|Enrique Zileri||4 June 1931||24 August 2014|
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