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I reverted to the old version. This is not the Spanish Wikipedia. Please keep it similar to the other infoboxes on politics in countries. (compare e.g. with Politics of Spain, Politics of Canada etc.) It is not clear while the other version is more accurate. It links to less information, and the article List of prime ministers of Peru is about the prime minister, not about the council of ministers. If somebody could make such an article, it would be nice. Electionworld = Wilfried (talk 08:21, 24 February 2006 (UTC)
The previous version is much better, and I used the model from the Spanish Wikipedia since the quality and amount of articles is way more better (and impartial). I'm reverting it to that model. Any questions, feel fre to put this issue on vote. Messhermit 15:38, 24 February 2006 (UTC)
No, it has less articles, it does not fit into the other templates and there was not made any argument why ypur model is more better and impartial. Electionworld = Wilfried (talk 15:56, 4 March 2006 (UTC)
Alright, I've been asked for my two cents. For one thing and this goes for both parties involved, please remember to be civil and avoid labels. Second, I am going to agree with Electionworld on this matter. If you look at any of the templates for other "Politics of XXXX" on English Wikipedia you see much more info than what was provided by your version of the template Messhermit. It is generally accepted that that is the format of templates on this subject.--Jersey Devil 19:00, 4 March 2006 (UTC)