|Carlos E Ferrero Costa|
|Member of Congress|
|Born||February 7, 1941|
|Political party||Perú Posible|
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Carlos Ferrero Costa (born February 7, 1941) is a Peruvian Congressman as a member of Perú Posible representing the Province of Lima. He was the Prime Minister of Peru between December 2003 and August 2005.
He worked for former President Alberto Fujimori, and was elected several times under his party. After he was in disgrace he passed to the opposition party. In 2000, after the resignation of Fujimori, he ran against Valentín Paniagua for the Presidency of the Peruvian Congress. He was defeated, a Paniagua claimed his position as Interim President of Peru.
His brother is the former Ambassador (and former Minister of Foreign Affairs under the Fujimori Administration) in the United States.
|President of Congress
2001 – 2003
Henry Pease García
|Prime Minister of Peru
2003 – 2005
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski
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