Ollanta Humala began his presidency when he was sworn into the office of President of the Republic of Peru on 28 July 2011. On the same day, he represented his cabinet, headed by the non-partisan Salomón Lerner Ghitis. On 10 December 2011, Lerner stepped down, following fierce protests against a mining project. He was replaced by Interior Minister Oscar Valdés. The next day, Valdés presented a new cabinet, having replaced eleven ministers.
Presidential Cabinet chaired by Salomón Lerner
Presidential Cabinet chaired by Oscar Valdés
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