La República

This article is about the Peruvian newspaper. For the Italian newspaper, see La Repubblica. For the Chilean school, see Colegio La República.
La República is also a newspaper in numerous other countries.
La República
Type Daily newspaper
Format Berliner
Owner(s) Grupo La República
Founded November 16, 1981
Political alignment Centre-left
Language Spanish
Headquarters Lima
Country Peru

La República ( listen ) is a center-left newspaper published in Lima, Peru. It is one of the two main national dailies sold all over the country since it was founded on November 16, 1981. The paper was founded by Gustavo Mohme Llona, a former member of the Peruvian Congress. Peruvian journalist Guillermo Thorndike served as the newspaper's founding editor.[1]

Under Llona's leadership, La República was a staunch opponent of the government of President Alberto Fujimori (1990-2000).


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