The government has ordered the compulsory social immobilization of all people in their homes Metropolitan Lima and the constitutional province of Callao from 02:00 to 23:59 this Tuesday, April 5. However, andn social network circulates an appeal for a march against the government despite the curfew.
According to the publication, the mobilization It would take place from 3 in the afternoon in Plaza San Martín. Although the groups inviting to this march are not specified, the hashtags #FueraCastillo and #CastilloDicator were shown.
They burn garbage cans and break telephone boxes
In the images recorded by Canal N, it can be seen how the protesters broke the metal garbage cans and set them on fire. In addition, public telephone boxes were broken. The police try hard to control the demonstrators.
POLICE WOUNDED BY PROTESTANTS
Two policemen were injured in the middle of the demonstrations. Both were hit by stones thrown by demonstrators who were trying to break through the siege of the police to reach the congress of the republic. In response, the PNP agents fired more tear gas. A few minutes earlier, it was reported that a patrol car was destroyed.
Protesters CELEBRATE THAT THE IMMOBILITY ORDER WILL REMAIN WITHOUT EFFECT
Protesters at the Abancay intersection with Miro Quesada celebrate the repeal of the order of immobility, as announced by President Pedro Castillo by the Congress of the Republic.
TEAR BOMBS IN ABANCAY AVENUE
Clashes increase on Abancay Avenue. The National Police began firing tear gas to contain the situation, but the protesters responded by throwing stones and sticks. The situation has gotten out of control.
PLAZA SAN MARTIN FULL OF POSTERS
From social media they report that the Piazza San Martino It is already full of demonstrators demanding the resignation of President Pedro Castillo. Meanwhile, for several blocks from the Arequipa avenueyou can see a large number of protesters marching towards the The center of Lima.
THE CONGRESSES WERE OUT AT AV. ABANCAY TO CALM THE PROTESTERS
The deputies Rosangella Barbarán (Popolare Force), Patricia Chirinos (Advance Country) and Norma Yarrow (Advance Country) They went out of Parliament to calm the spirits of the demonstrators. They told the press that they reject Pedro Castillo’s actions and blame him for the excesses that have occurred in recent days.
“We did not agree with this meeting with Pedro Castillo. We know that everything is a farce, there is no solution or protests. Talking to Castillo is wasting time. Nothing will come out, neither good nor bad “Chirino said.
EXCESSES CONTINUE OUTSIDE PARLIAMENT
With the Peruvian flag raised high, several people try to force their way into Parliament. The PNP represses them, but they cannot contain their attempts. The clashes resume every moment.
COMPARISONS OUTSIDE THE CONGRESS
Members of the National Police of Peru and protesters clashed in an attempt to reach the Congress of the Republic. A group of demonstrators try to break the siege of the PNP, which represses its attempts with the use of force.
PROTESTS OUTSIDE THE CONGRESS
Citizens try to reach the Congress of the Republic, where President Pedro Castillo is located. A cordon of the National Police of Peru prevents passage to Parliament.
Protesters ARE ALREADY IN PLAZA SAN MARTÍN
From different points in the capital, citizens march with the Peruvian team’s pole towards Plaza San Martín, in the center of Lima. There is already a group of people at the point of concentration, but more people are expected to arrive.
VASE IN LIME
On the other hand, residents of the central districts of the Lima metro carried out spontaneous cacerolazoknows noon this Friday. The sound of the pots lasted more than ten minutes in Magdalena del Mar, San Isidro, Surco, Barranco, San Isidro, Lince, San Borja, Jesús María, among others.
WHY IS THERE A CURSOR?
Ministry of Defense, Giuseppe Gavidia, argued that why it was decided enacting mandatory social immobilization was because they had reports that warned of vandalism.
“And that is why immobilization was decreed today (in Lima and Callao), because there was information that there would be widespread movement and vandalism”, He explained to the Latina news agency.
On another occasion, the minister apologized for the remarks he had offered the day before about the four deaths recorded during protests in the city of Huancayo.
“I would like to apologize for some expressions which have been taken out of context in some way or which are incorrect by me. At no time did I want to minimize the deaths of these four fellow citizens in the city of HuancayoGavidia said.
WHAT IS ALLOWED IN THE CURFEW?
-Health services, drugswater, electricity, gas, fuel, freight and freight transport and related activities.
– Pharmacies and parapharmacies can provide assistance.
-The staff of the written press, radio or television may travel provided that they have a personal work card, their respective journalistic credentials and a national identity document for identification purposes.
– Movement with a private vehicle is allowed o pedestrian of those people who need urgent or emergency medical care because their life or health is in serious risk; also for the purchase of medicines.
-Workers public and private sector perform exclusively remote work.
NO PUBLIC TRANSPORT
It should be noted that this Tuesday no service UndergroundComplementary corridors or other formal public transport buses, as reported by Lima and Callao Urban Transport Authority (ATU) in a statement published around 3:00 am
Also, they pointed it out in the case of taxis, as well as special school, tourist and work transport, “they will not be able to serve in the period of compulsory social immobilization provided for by the aforementioned law“.
On the other hand, although initially the seasons of the Lima Metro they had been closed. At 6:00 am, this service started operating, albeit with a small number of audiences. They also announced that regular service would be provided to mobilize only staff performing essential tasks. However, at 10 they decided to suspend the service.