Word on the streets in Peru is that in the next few days, Ollanta Humala's Prime Minister and cabinet chief Oscar Valdés will "be resigned" and take with him a sizable number of the ministers appointed under him. The Valdés period has been marked mainly by a confrontational attitude towards dissenting groups in Peru (start with Conga, work through the others) so the big question is who gets Valdés job, not whether he'll stay on (cos he won't) because the choice Humala makes will set the tone for the months to come.
July 17th, Reuters:
LIMA, July 17 (Reuters) - President Ollanta Humala has begun sounding out replacements for his prime minister as part of a widely expected Cabinet shuffle designed to calm a wave of violent anti-mining protests in the world's No. 2 copper producer. Continues here