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Peru: Morning News Headlines – July 25

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Agreement is reached with protestors from Ayacucho

(LIP-ir)  —  After two days of negotiations, Ayacucho’s authorities and Peru’ regional government have come to the agreement that a work commission, consisting of the Ministers of Agriculture, Education, Health, Energy and Mines and Transport and Communication, will be organized to assist Ayacucho’s regional and municipal governments devise a plan to reduce the levels of poverty and extreme poverty in the region. The commission is to begin work on August 15 in the city of Huamanga, Ayacucho, Peru.

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Serenazgo receive military training

Serenazgo, an auxiliary police force throughout Peru, are many district’s first line of defense. Despite the fact that they are not permitted to carry weapons and do not have the same authority as police officers, they are usually the first to be on the scene of a crime and are mainly responsible for patrolling streets. In an effort to improve Serenazgo service in the district, the mayor of Breña has signed an agreement with Peru’s Army School of Commandos, in which Peru’s army agrees to train Breña’s Serenazgo. Breña’s mayor has stated that this will allow Serenzago to receive special training which will permit them to act more efficiently in complicated and dangerous situations.

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Peru’s new soccer coach selected

Jose del Solar, coach for Chile’s Católica University, has been chosen as Peru’s National Selection Soccer Coach, replacing coach Julio César Uribe, who was severely criticized by fans, press and the World Cup Commission for the team’s performance during the Copa America 2007. Peru’s World Cup Commission leader, Juvenal Silva traveled to Chile, where he personally negotiated with del Solar. Silva announced that the new coach should be in Lima by next Tuesday and will officially be announced as Peru’s new coach on Friday August 3. "The idea is for him to start working with the team on Monday August 6," stated Silva.

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