Jun 6, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger
Yet many Peruvians wonder if this 48-year-old political novice, who like Chavez rose to the rank of army lieutenant colonel and has a failed coup on his resume, is really a market-friendly populist.
Homala is doing fine for Peru. Do not spread unnecessary fear. Lula also suffered the same starting reaction, but ended applauded like no one and ended his term with around 80% approval rating. I wonder if any of the big world leaders will have the same performance Lula had. Humala will try. Collaborate all with him starting by not spreading panic, but the opposite.
See this, online before last election day, it might help people have a better idea who Humala is.
I hope that president Humala will try to get the corporate income tax in his country reduced. This tax is very unfair to the poor because it raises the price of everything even food, medicine and medical care and those things should not be taxed to support governments.
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