Demonstrations continue in Peru against the Government of Dina Boluarte | News

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The mobilizations against the government of the designated president, Dina Boluarte, continued this Wednesday in several provinces of Peru.


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The Peruvian Ombudsman's Office, in its report at 5:00 p.m. (local time), indicated that mobilizations and concentrations were registered in provinces such as Metropolitan Lima, San Román, and Puno.

In addition, he specified that there were at least 16 blockade points on national roads, specifically, in towns such as Carabaya, Azángaro, Melgar, Huancané, Puno, Chucuito and El Collao.

For his part, the correspondent for teleSUR in Peru, Ramiro Angulo, explained that delegations from the department of Puno have arrived in Lima (capital), demanding the resignation of Boluarte, the closure of Congress, a new Constitution, the cessation of violence and justice for the victims of the repression against the protests.

"Today they have informed us that they are holding some meetings to organize themselves and it is expected that some protests and mobilizations against the government of the designated president Dina Boluarte will begin tomorrow," said Angulo.

Likewise, he noted that "a much higher concentration of people" is expected for next Saturday.

The protests in Peru have continued since December 7, when then-President Pedro Castillo was removed by Congress, an entity that later swore in Boluarte.

Likewise, the demonstrators have demanded justice for the more than 60 deaths and dozens of wounded that have left the strong repression of the security forces against the protest.

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