UNDERGROUND STATION CLOSED
The Jirón de la Unión station of the Metropolitano de Lima has been closed by his staff in the face of the danger of being violated, as happened on 5 April.
ACCIDENTS DURING THE RACE
A group of people inside the demonstrations started throwing stones and other types of objects. National police members managed to contain the chaos and fenced off the entrance to Plaza San Martín. The bombs were seized.
THEY ARE TRYING TO ATTACK LOURDES FLORES NANO
“It’s not the size of Tuesday’s, but it’s still a valuable call. This voice must be heard throughout the country, with great perseverance “, commented Lourdes Flores Nano from Plaza San Martín, as some pro-government protesters threw bottles at her, among other things.
Protestants headed to Plaza Mayor
A group of participants in the potestas against Pedro Castillo They headed to the Plaza Mayor to demand the resignation of the president. On the streets of downtown Lima they harangued “Castle of the terrorist”, while they were guarded by agents of the National Police.
THE DEFENDERS OF PEDRO CASTILLO AND THE DETRACTORS MEET
PNP members prevented Plaza San Martín from becoming a conflict zone later on the protesters against Pedro Castillo will meet a group of supporters of the president. A police cordon kept both groups separate.
PNP EXPECTS PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATIONS
When people arrive at Plaza San Martín, the National Police of Peru he asked Peruvians to exercise their legitimate right to protest, to do so peacefully without resorting to violence.
As a symbol of the request, police officers wear white gloves as they stand guard at the Government Building. It should be noted that there will be around 3,000 policemen in this march.
This afternoon he called the Second National March ask the resignation of the president of Peru, Pietro castle; as well as the resignation of the vice president, Dina Boluarte; and members of the Congress of the republic. There are concentrations in different points of the capital, and then walk to Plaza San Martín. The appointment is at 4 in the afternoon, according to the mobilization manifesto.
In the First gear, of the last April 5th, things got out of control and clashes with police created chaos in downtown Lima. The protests included vandalism that led to robberies, looting and serious damage to public and private property.
According to the Ministry of Health, the balance left by the demonstrations recorded in the capital was 11 injured in total. Five of them were civilians and six were members of the Peruvian National Police.
Today’s demonstrations against the Castillo government are needed to ask for justice for the eight dead in the protests of recent days in different parts of Peru, as well as to address the serious political and social crisis that the country is going through.
In this announcement you can also read “Out of Castillo”, “Out of the Congress of Traitors”, “Let them all go”. Under this slogan, the appeal was made in several regions, such as Trujillo, Chiclayo, Cuzco, ArequipaMoreover.
THE CONGRESS ASKS CASTILLO FOR RESIGNATIONS
Despite having more disapproval than the president, Congress passed a motion this week urges Pedro Castillo to step down from the Presidency of Peru. The vote obtained 61 votes in favor, 43 against and 1 abstention.
The initiative was presented by the parliamentarian of the Avanza País caucus, Rosselli Amuruz, who asks the head of state to resign due to the political crisis in the country, aggravated by recent events in various regions.
Furthermore, it qualifies “very serious” which, due to his inability to rule, Castillo Terrones shows “lack of ability to distinguish between good and evil when appointing ministers and officials linked to terrorism”.
In the document, Amuruz also describes as “very serious for national sovereignty” the fact that Pedro Castillo has indicated that he agrees with holding a referendum to grant Bolivia an access to the sea.
It should be clarified that the motion under discussion is only an exhortation to resign, that is, it expresses the hope of the Parliament that Pedro Castillo resigns from the office of President of Peru, but does not oblige the president to step aside. It is a political gesture with no real effect.
JORGE MUÑOZ ALSO ASKS FOR THE RESIGNATION OF THE PRESIDENT
The mayor of Lima, Jorge Munoz, again lashed out against the Castillo government. The burgomaster indicates the professor how guilty of the political and social crisis that the country is going through, for which he urged him to resign.
In statements to the press, Muñoz said this “You have to realize” when you don’t know how to manage. “He hasn’t rectified how badly he worked, the position is too big for him and decisions need to be made. The first is he who must realize and say ‘as president I don’t work well’ and I step aside and look for an orderly succession for the good of the country ”. Indian. “The only way out I see is the resignation of the president”, He added.
Jorge Muñoz offered these words despite having the disapproval of 59% of citizens regarding its management in the Municipality of Lima.