January 30, 2023

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Protests grow in Peru: Two killed in airport blockade by protesters

LIMA.- Five days later A coup that destabilized the country The social atmosphere continued this Sunday, with Peru pushing from end to end. A crackdown on social protest today left two people dead. And that’s when A brand new president, Tina PolwarteHe likes to lay cold clothes, his predecessor kicks the board again, His “Machiavellian plan” was discovered with condemnation from the dungeon.

Through a letter published by Congressman Guillermo Bermejo, Castillo said several people forced him to take a blood sample Friday and they did it again Saturday.

Pedro Castillo, after being detained earlier by Peruvian prosecutor Patricia Benavides Vargas

“A group yesterday afternoon Camouflaged Doctors and the Faceless Prosecutor “They insisted on taking the sample without my consent and also today, they went back with the same thing for denying me for safety and honesty,” the detainee leader reprimanded.

It was publicly announced that a medical team would visit him on Friday to take samples and conduct toxicology tests. And Dr. President of Institute of Legal Medicine. According to Francisco Brizuela’s version, No one forced Castillo to take the examWhether or not there will be a faceless prosecutor.

Castillo’s complaint is at least curious because the actions ordered were in response to suggestions from those around him that the former president was not in a good mood when he read the speech. According to this theory, Castillo would then be indisputable. One possible explanation is that if the probe was negative, the alibi was disarming.

Castillo’s testimony sheds a little more light behind the scenes of the plot’s conclusion. In his letter, he says he doesn’t rule out that the Attorney General, Patricia Benowitz, the Republican Congress (as a whole) and President Polwart are running “this Machiavellian scheme.”

In this photo released by the Peruvian Presidency, Peru's new president, Tina Poluarte, speaks to the press in Lima, Dec. 8, 2022, a day after being invested by Congress as Peru's first female president since the impeachment of Pedro.  Castillo
In this photo released by the Peruvian Presidency, Peru’s new president, Tina Poluarte, speaks to the press in Lima, Dec. 8, 2022, a day after being invested by Congress as Peru’s first female president since the impeachment of Pedro. CastilloMelina Mejia – Peruvian Presidency

Castillo told his own version Stuck with no way out, the classic in which Jack Nicholson faces off against the evil head of the guard at a mental facility, Bolovarde must deal with his own issues. On Saturday, after appointing a technocrat cabinet acceptable to the entire political dimension, the social emergency is running at a speed he did not expect.

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Within two days of declaring herself president, she herself had to change her speech “until 2026”, i.e. until the end of the current president’s term. To show the trend leading to the election, Surrender in the context of dissatisfaction with the political leadership.

The protests are moving from north to south. They don’t trust Boluarte and want “everyone out,” a well-known expression that crosses borders. Thousands of people gather in the streets of Cajamarca, Arequipa, Dagna, Antahuilas, Huancayo, Cusco and Puno. Farmers unions and farming bodies declared an “indefinite strike”.

The protesters turned Antahuilas into a war zone. They attacked public buildings, set fires and clashed with the police. The daredevil took the police hostage. One was tied to a flagpole and raised to a sort of crest so that all helpless protestors could see it. Rioters set fire to two airport shops, which authorities had to close due to the riots. A few hours later, authorities announced that one death had been registered during the incident.

“We regret the death of a person and express our condolences to the relatives for this fact,” the Peruvian National Police said in a statement. “The police agency calls on the citizens to maintain order and peace, aspects that lead to the development of the country and calls on the people to voice their demands peacefully,” the statement added.

Supporters of ousted Peruvian President Pedro Castillo demonstrate against newly elected President Tina Polvard in the Andean city of Puno, Peru, on December 8, 2022.
Supporters of ousted Peruvian President Pedro Castillo demonstrate against newly-elected President Tina Polwart in the Andean city of Puno, Peru, on December 8, 2022.Juan Carlos Cisneros – AFP

“We call for calm in the face of the events taking place in Andahuilas,” the National Police said in a statement. “We urge people to exercise their right to protest. We reject any act of violence that endangers human integrity.

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Outside of those encroachments, peaceful protests are held. Sometimes even the smallest things change and they go from calm to angry or vice versa in an instant. There is even talk of “militants” in cuts and parades.

Demonstrations in Lima began on the day of the change of president. They ask like other parts, Renewal of political actors, A parliamentary reform that hopes they will be better represented.

“There are parts of the country where Congressmen don’t even come and they don’t fulfill their promises. In the woods, in the mountains, on the beach, we struggle a lot. There are starving children, schools without chairs or folders. Nothing comes, and if it does, out of the 20 they promise, ten come. They keep the rest,” said Teresa, 36, from Lima, a Peruvian flag draped over her back.

Supporters of former Peruvian President Pedro Castillo demonstrate to demand his release and new elections on December 9, 2022 in Lima.
Supporters of former Peruvian President Pedro Castillo demonstrate to demand his release and new elections on December 9, 2022 in Lima.Ernesto Benowitz – AFP

Teresa begins at the Plaza San Martin, site of protests in the capital, and at the foot of the hero’s statue. “We are tired, we are tired, now is the time, we must be together,” he insists.

Antonia, 70, from Ayacucho province, a woman twice her age, asks to give her perspective on things. With a broken voice, a heartbreaking look that repeatedly pleads: “They trample us, humiliate us, do what they want. They don’t give us jobs, they don’t give us our due salary. They are corrupt and they only support those in power, not us.

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