A new scandal for the embattled South American leader who has already faced corruption charges
A Congressional commission has found Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo guilty of electoral fraud in 2000 vote and weighs to recommend vacating the presidency before passing the case to the chamber. The panel's recommendations now go to Congress, where the government has a narrow majority.
According to the findings, which took seven months to complete, Mr Toledo's Peru Possible party forged almost 80% of the 520,000 signatures it used to register for the poll, which it subsequently lost. The President denied helping to fake signatures to register his political party for election.
In an attempt to regain some political initiative,
Analysts belive this is the worst of a series of scandals that has left
Despite good macroeconomic figures,
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