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provides Peru with the political calm it needs to continue its economic recovery process.
She asserted that Peru has "social and economic scars" that must be addressed promptly.
"In addition, the new president and his Cabinet will have to agree with Congress on legislative proposals, including when and how to reform the pension system," she said.
According to the rating agency, the economic reform and the fiscal consolidation plans of the next administration will be important for the solvency of the country.
"In particular, a history of debt reduction during the 2003-2019 period and strong public financial institutions anchor the credibility of Peru's fiscal policy," she concluded.