Peru has been experiencing political turmoil in recent years, and the latest developments have only added to the uncertainty. 

The country's Congress has rejected the call for an early election, despite widespread protests and calls for change.

President Pedro Castillo had called for an early election to try and address the political crisis, but the move was blocked by Congress, which is dominated by opposition parties. 

The decision has been met with anger and frustration by many Peruvians, who see it as a continuation of the political elite's grip on power.

Protests have erupted in the capital, Lima, and other cities, with demonstrators calling for the resignation of Congress members and for new elections to be held. 

The situation remains tense, with clashes between protesters and police reported in some areas.

The rejection of the early election is a blow to President Castillo's efforts to bring about change and address the issues facing the country. 

The political crisis has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has hit Peru hard and highlighted the country's underlying social and economic problems.

As the situation in Peru continues to unfold, it is clear that the road ahead will be difficult and uncertain. 

The rejection of the early election has deepened the divide between the government and the opposition, and it remains to be seen how the country will move forward.