Peru is also in the middle of elections and we're learning this morning the presidential race may be too close to call.
The country's right-wing candidate, Keiko Fujimori, has a small lead with 42% of the vote counted.
The left-wing candidate, Pedro Castillo, is a former teacher who's never held public office.
Voter turnout was tallied at 77%.
Peru has been dealing with political instability over the last several years. The current interim president is the country's fourth president in less than five years.