Peru’s new first family leaving behind rural, Andean home


              The future first lady of Peru, Lilia Paredes, 48, folds a shirt that belongs to her husband as she packs her family belongings, in the courtyard of her home in Chugur, Peru, Thursday, July 22, 2021. Her husband, leftist Pedro Castillo catapulted from unknown to president-elect with the support of the country's poor and rural citizens, many of whom identify with the struggles the teacher has faced. (AP Photo/Franklin Briceno)
            
              The future first lady of Peru, Lilia Paredes, 48, leads a calf on her property in the rural hamlet of Chugur, Peru, Thursday, July 22, 2021. Her husband, leftist Pedro Castillo catapulted from unknown to president-elect with the support of the country's poor and rural citizens, many of whom identify with the struggles the teacher has faced. (AP Photo/Franklin Briceno)
            
              Peru's future first lady Lilia Paredes, right, reads from the Bible while sitting next to her younger sister Yenifer, and her 9-year-old daughter Alondra, during a church service in which neighbors were invited to say goodbye before the family's departure to Lima, at the Nazarene church in Chugur, Peru, Thursday, July 22, 2021.  Her husband, leftist Pedro Castillo catapulted from unknown to president-elect with the support of the country's poor and rural citizens, many of whom identify with the struggles the teacher has faced. (AP Photo/Franklin Briceno)
            
              Seamstress Lupe de la Cruz, 55, checks one of the two dresses she has made for Peru's future first lady, Lilia Paredes, in her workshop where she lives with her 86-year-old mother and her dog Bobby, near Chugur, Peru, Thursday, July 22, 2021. Paredes' husband, leftist Pedro Castillo catapulted from unknown to president-elect with the support of the country's poor and rural citizens, many of whom identify with the struggles the teacher has faced. (AP Photo/Franklin Briceno)
            
              President-elect Pedro Castillo, left, poses for a photo with interim President Francisco Sagasti at the government palace after a transition meeting, in Lima, Peru, Wednesday, July 21, 2021. Castillo will be sworn in on July 28. (AP Photo/Gudalupe Pardo)
            
              The future first lady of Peru, Lilia Paredes, 48, sweeps the courtyard of her adobe house in the rural hamlet of Chugur, Peru, Thursday, July 22, 2021. Her husband, leftist Pedro Castillo catapulted from unknown to president-elect with the support of the country's poor and rural citizens, many of whom identify with the struggles the teacher has faced.
 (AP Photo/Franklin Briceno)
            
              The future first lady of Peru, Lilia Paredes, 48, blows air through a hollow reed to get a fire going in her wood-burning stove in her adobe home in the rural hamlet of Chugur, Peru, Thursday, July 22, 2021. Her husband, leftist Pedro Castillo catapulted from unknown to president-elect with the support of the country's poor and rural citizens, many of whom identify with the struggles the teacher has faced. (AP Photo/Franklin Briceno)
            
              Pedro Castillo celebrates with his running mate Dina Boluarte after being declared president-elect of Peru by election authorities, from the balcony of his campaign headquarters in Lima Peru, Monday, July 19, 2021. Castillo was declared president-elect more than a month after the elections took place and after opponent Keiko Fujimori claimed that the election was tainted by fraud. (AP Photo/Guadalupe Prado)
            
              Pedro Castillo, center, celebrates with his running mate Dina Boluarte after being declared president-elect of Peru by election authorities, at his party´s campaign headquarters in Lima Peru, Monday, July 19, 2021. Castillo was declared president-elect more than a month after the elections took place and after opponent Keiko Fujimori claimed that the election was tainted by fraud. (AP Photo/Guadalupe Prado)
            
              FILE - In this June 15, 2021 file photo, presidential candidate Pedro Castillo is surrounded by journalists as he arrives to his campaign headquarters to give a press conference in Lima, Peru. After more than a month since the election Castillo is expected to be named president, even after opponent Keiko Fujimori has claimed electoral fraud . (AP Photo/Martin Mejia, File)