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Early in June, Peruvians elected as their new president Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, a 77-year-old economist with a long career in the public and private sectors. Kuczynski's narrow victory concluded a long and grueling election cycle, marred by irregularities and misconduct. He will take office in July with an uncertain mandate and facing an opposition-controlled congress. This report will examine the state of affairs in the electricity sector on the eve of Kuczynski's inauguration and explore some of main legacies of the previous administration and the challenges faced by the incoming government.
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