June 8 (Bloomberg) -- Peruvian President-elect Ollanta Humala offered six Cabinet posts, including finance minister and trade minister, to the party of former President Alejandro Toledo, Peru.21 reported.
Toledo’s Peru Posible party is assessing a political alliance with Humala and hasn’t made a decision on joining his government, the Lima-based newspaper said, citing people it didn’t name.
Humala’s proposal, which he made before winning the election, also comprised the Production, Transport, Justice and Education Ministries and posts at the central bank, tax collection agency and state bank Banco de la Nacion, Peru.21 said.
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