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Indigenous movement continues to mobilize towards Lima


LIMA, 28 February. Demonstrations in Peru, continuing the mass protests that began last December demanding the resignation of President-designate Dina Boluarte, are taking place in 13 provinces of Puno, from where large groups will travel to each city. hold a protest in the country’s capital, Telesur reports.

The leaders of the mobilization called on delegations from various localities to join an indefinite national strike and submit to the “second capture of Lima” until the rights of the brothers who fell in the protests and all Peruvians found were respected. in a fight, as stated on the social network Twitter.

The name “Second Taking of Lima” refers to the “Four of Them” march across the country in Peru, especially in the capital Lima, on January 19, which coincided with a strike in the southern regions of the South American country. In the Peruvian department of Puno, an indefinite strike continues demanding the resignation of President Dina Boluarte and the announcement of early elections.

The mobilized arrived from the departments of Huanuco, Ancash, Lambaeque, Tacna, La Libertad, Moquegua, Apurimac, Vraem, Arequipa, Loreto, Cajamarca and Junin, among others, and the march is expected to take place on Wednesday.

Residents of Puno’s Pomapata, Yungut, Sepita, El Collao, Chucuito and Yunguyo neighborhoods have also confirmed their participation in the new cycle of protests.

The United National Committee for the Struggle for Peru (Conulp), the new alliance that is reorganizing the fighting, has confirmed the mobilization for the “second capture of Lima” starting today Wednesday 1st. Martha. President of the Central de Barrios of the La Rinconada population center Eloy Pacha stressed the importance of preparations to demand the resignation of President Boluarte, the closure of the Congress and the unification of demonstrations at the national level.

The political cartoon represents manifestations of police violence in the Andean country. Illustration: Liberation newspaper.

Source: Juventud Rebelde



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