From time, Peru had been ruled by several prominent civilizations which had made changes to its agriculture, infrastructure, and central controlled government. Peru was ruled by the Incas from the 12th to 16th century. Peru then after achieving independence from Spain in 1821, was later categorized by political instability by the tyrant government.
Juan Velasco a Peruvian General who ruled Peru from 1968-1980, under nationalistic movement supported industrialization, agriculture and elimination of foreign capital. Velasco's movement caused in negative spending on Peruvian social structures and increased activity by the Shining Path movement, a communist party active in specific areas of Peru (See Appendix A). To return back to democracy the country was accompanied by increased debt and hyperinflation.
In 1990 Albert Fujimori was elected giving almost a 10 year corruption on human rights for citizens in the rural areas of Peru. Fujimori first help Peru economy by instituting sale, reduce overall spending and promoting foreign investment, the economy increased in 1997. Fujimori then overpowered the judiciary system and eliminated political opposition creating a political clash with the citizens. The poverty in Peru increased due to political and government crisis.
Today as the country is still stable and safe, almost 20 percent of people still live in poverty, a similar figure 20 years ago. The impact of poverty hit solid on Peru as it is one of the highest in Latin America. These may be to the due that the population lacking education on health.
Lake Titicaca which is located on the borderline of Peru and Bolivia is a specific environmental concern because of its significance and livelihood as resource for agriculture and navigation and for its historical/spiritual value. The extreme weather fluctuations in rainfall (See Appendix A), overall affects the well-being of the people who live under these conditions because they are controlled by how much water comes from the sky. Also the severe contamination of the water in Lake Titicaca affects the health on those who depend on it. The islanders who depend on a natural habitat for survival is a major environmental issue as conversational efforts to protect the lake are only being addressed now.
Peru has a history of human right afflictions involving both labour intensities and race relations which date back centuries. In 1990’s human rights were violated because of increase action in the in rebellious communist groups. Shining Path movement exploited many rural citizens on their basic human rights. This is one of the most controversial issues involving human rights in Peru, educating their citizens about basic human rights in the poorest regions of rural Peru. Human labour intensities and consumer rights are completely unknown allowing the government to completely abuse the vulnerable citizen’s human rights. The citizens are still not aware of any legal...