Ex-soccer goalkeeper seeks to save Peru from history of graft

By Marco Aquino LIMA (Reuters) – George Forsyth, a former professional soccer goalkeeper, is targeting Peru’s angry youth to help his candidacy at presidential elections next month, pledging to turn the page on decades of corruption scandals in the copper-rich Andean nation. Forsyth, whose mother is a former Miss Chile and father is Peru’s ambassador to Japan, is among the front-runners for the April 11 ballot though the field is split and many voters are undecided. The 38-year-old conservative has vowed to maintain macroeconomic stability, but also wants to curb social unrest around resource …

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