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armed forces structure

The president is commander in chief of the armed forces. The operational chain of command runs from the president to the separate commanders of the three services. The Joint Command of the Armed Forces is only an advisory body. Previously, there also had been separate ministers for each service who were responsible for administration and planning. In 1987, however, President Alan Garcia successfully pushed through legislation that replaced these service ministries with a unified...

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