Organizations will march against President Boluarte in Peru | News

Organizations will march against President Boluarte in Peru | News
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Social and union organizations in Peru will march on October 12 to reject the management of the country's designated president, Digna Boluarte, and to demand the closure of the Congress of the Republic.


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This call was made by the Unified National Committee of Struggle (CNUL), the General Confederation of Workers of Peru (CGTP) and the Single National Central of Peasant Rounds of Peru (Cunarc).

In the same way, federations of young peoples, Civil Construction, the National Assembly of Peoples, Macro North, Macro South, Macro Center, which are part of the CNUL, participate.

These organizations will concentrate in the 26 regions of Peru to demand compliance with a platform of struggle.

The general secretary of the General Confederation of Workers of Peru (CGTP), Jerónimo López, said that on September 16 it will be decided whether this mobilization can be the prelude to a national strike.

“The people do not feel represented” with the designated president, López said, adding that “she lacks legitimacy in the face of high disapproval. Boluarte knows it, however, he clings to power.”

The president of the General Confederation of Workers of Peru (CGTP), Luis Villanueva, for his part, rejected the appointment of the Minister of Labor and Employment Promotion (MTPE), Daniel Maurate, and pointed out that "it will continue to be an authoritarian cabinet." .

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