Peru’s Congress voted on Monday to remove President Martín Vizcarra in an impeachment trial over corruption allegations, threatening further turmoil in a country struggling to recover from the coronavirus. Al Jazeera reports that in a process that lasted eight hours, some 105 members of the opposition-dominated Congress voted to remove the centrist leader over accusations that as a governor he accepted bribes from companies that won public works contracts, in their second attempt to boot Vizcarra out in as many months. Vizcarra has rejected the corruption allegations as “baseless” and “false” but in a speech outside the presidential palace after the vote said he would not challenge the decision.