Wait a second, how many Peruvian Presidents are in trouble?
(Reuters) - Only 38 percent of Peruvians now support Kuczynski, down from a peak of 63 percent in September shortly after he took office amid promises of modernizing Peru, according to the Ipsos survey published in the local newspaper El Comercio.
Kuczynski, who served as finance minister and prime minister during Toledo's 2001-2006 term, has denied any involvement in the alleged schemes in Peru.
That's right, Peru's current President (PPK) sent out a global reward for the capture of a former Peruvian President (Toledo) because of some shady business deals that occurred during his presidency.
The kicker? PPK was the finance minister for Toledo.
This is turning into a Peruvian Novela.