National strike: Today, January 4th, protests at the national level will resume

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Former Congress candidate Zaira Arias was arrested for throwing paint at protesters

The former candidate for the parliament of Peru Libre had to be violently detained by five police officers

They arrested protesters against the government of Dina Boluarte

Former candidate of the Congress of the Republic for Peru Libre, Zaira Ariaswas forcibly arrested March for Peace after throwing red paint at the protesters in front of them Peruvian National Police (PNP), In the center of Lima. This mobilization is being carried out in different regions of the country.

Ahead of the demonstrations on January 4, the train company to Machu Picchu decided to suspend operations.

PeruRail trains will be suspended from January 4 and tourists will suffer

The company made the decision before announcing the resumption of protests in the interior of the country demanding the resignation of President Dina Boluerte.

Suspension of PeruRail services due to renewed protests will affect tourism.

in tourism Cuzco live gray days In view of the announcement of the resumption of protests against the government of Dina Bolhuarte in various regions, the company Perurail has decided to suspend the operation of its trains from January 4 until further notice.

The video shows Edgar Prado kneeling to death during protests in Ayacucho

“He was practically killed by the military,” said the sister of one of the ten victims who died on December 15.

This is how Edgar Prado would die in the Ayacucho protests (Reuters)

relatives Edgar Wilfredo Prado Arangoone of 22 people killed in post-inauguration protests Dina Boluarte Before the presidency of Peru, they believe that he was “virtually killed” by the military, who took to the streets under an executive order. Emergency in order to stop the most violent demonstrations in various parts of the interior of the country.

The January 4 strike: the areas of protest and their demands against the government of Dina Boluarte

Ten regions of the country are subject to strikes and protests demanding the closure of the Republican Congress, the resignation of Dina Boluarte and the freedom of former President Pedro Castillo. They warn about obstacles on the road and “parade of four”.

A protester holds a Peruvian flag during a protest demanding the dissolution of Congress and democratic elections instead of recognizing Dina Bolhuarte as Peru's president after Peruvian leader Pedro Castillo steps down on February 11, 2022 in Lima, Peru.  REUTERS/Sebastian Castaneda
A protester holds a Peruvian flag during a protest demanding the dissolution of Congress and democratic elections instead of recognizing Dina Bolhuarte as Peru’s president after Peruvian leader Pedro Castillo steps down on February 11, 2022 in Lima, Peru. REUTERS/Sebastian Castaneda

Part of the Peruvian population, mostly from the interior of the country, gave peace to the government. Dina Boluarte it’s over. Protests and indefinite strikes will resume this Wednesday, January 4. At least ten regional leaders and directors announced the beginning of social uprisings. Closing of Congressthe resignation of the president, the extension of elections until 2023, and the release of Pedro Castillo, who was imprisoned in Barbadillo for rebellion and conspiracy.

Protesters also plan to hold a rally in San Martin de Lima Square.  REUTERS/Sebastian Castañeda
Protesters also plan to hold a rally in San Martin de Lima Square. REUTERS/Sebastian Castañeda

Anti-government demonstrations followed nearly two weeks of truce for year-end celebrations Dina Boluarte and Congress of the republic start again today wednesday 4th january. Mobilization in the second week of December, after the former president was vacant Peter Castillo, tried to destroy the constitutional structure through a self-coup.

These protests will add up to approx 10 regions of the country. According to union leaders, Arequipa, Puno, Cusco, Moquegua, Apurimac, Madre de Dios, Ayacucho and some areas of Ica, Junin and Loreto will be part of the mobilization..

Claims are based on an invitation to a founding meeting, immediate calling of general elections, closure of Parliament. Some factions are also demanding the release of Castillo, who spent 18 months in detention.

But these claims have been joined by a series of complaints about police and army repression that has left more than 20 people dead. according to the numbers Ministry of Health27 people died in the demonstrations: 10 in Ayacucho, six in Apurimac, three in Cusco, three in Junin, three in La Libertad and two in Arequipa.

Apart from the marches, the Southern Macro Regional Assembly a indefinite national strike From January 4.

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