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Peru: anti-mining politician released from prison | CounterVortex: Santos' release came one day before Pedro Pablo Kuczynski (PPK) was sworn in as Peru's new president. Striking a populist tone in his Independence Day inauguration speech, PPK said: "I want a social revolution for my country. I wish that in five years Peru will be a country that is more modern, fair, equal and supportive." Before his inauguration, Kuczynski has said he will reject ex-dictator Alberto Fujimori's request for a pardon from his 25-year prison term for crimes against humanity. (WSJ, July 28; Peru Reports, July 25)

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