Peru Party Ends Talks Over Humala Government Role, Peru.21 Says

The Peru Posible political party, led by former President Alejandro Toledo, has quit talks with President-elect Ollanta Humala over a role in his future government, Peru.21 said, without identifying where it obtained the information.

Toledo’s party won’t accept ministerial posts in Humala’s government, which takes office July 28, the Lima-based newspaper said on its website. Peru Posible will back Humala on some issues in Congress, the newspaper said.

Luis Miguel Castilla, Peru’s departing deputy finance minister, may be named economy minister under Humala, Peru.21 also said.

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