B'cast ignites political turmoil at Peru TV net

Chauvin, Lucien
February 2001
Daily Variety;02/01/2001, Vol. 270 Issue 44, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on the political turmoil in Peru ignited by a Canal 4 television broadcast accusing interim President Valentin Paniagua of corruption. Paniagua's reaction to the broadcast; Protests staged at Canal 4's studios after the airing of the program.


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