Peruvian lawmaker Francisco Sagasti is set to be sworn-in as acting president on Tuesday.Peru's congress approved the appointment in an effort to calm street protests after the removal of two presidents during the past week.Sagasti is a legislator from the Purple Party. He will be sworn-in as president at 2100 hours Universal Time.His term is office would last until July of next year. A new presidential election will be held April 11, 2021.A week ago, President Martin Vizcarra was removed from office in an impeachment trial.He was replaced by Manuel Merino, who resigned on Sunday after two people died in anti-government protests.Sagasti spoke to the nation Monday night. He promised to move the country away from anger and "toward a moment of happiness, of hope."But many in Peru believe its politicians are corrupt and responsible for the economic and public health crises the country is experiencing.