Protesters affirm that “there will be no peace” in Peru if Boluarte does not resign

Protesters affirm that “there will be no peace” in Peru if Boluarte does not resign

“Lima still hasn’t responded and that’s why the regions are here (…) to raise awareness,” said Cristian Cubas from the northern region of Cajamarca.

The conference was attended by leaders from southern regions such as Cuzco, Tacna, Moquegua and Apurímac, from the northern regions of La Libertad, Lambayeque and Cajamarca, as well as from the valley of the rivers Apurímac, Ene and Mantaro (Vraem), an area in the middle and south of the country where the largest coca leaf crops in Peru are found.

Subsequently, López confirmed to EFE that “to find social peace in the country (…) it is necessary that Ms. Dina Boluarte steps aside” and that “a new board of directors is elected” from Congress so that “there is a genuine democratic transitional government that will lead the elections in 2023”.

“The people will not accept further, because Congress in its first legislature has already approved the elections for 2024 and the people will not accept it, they say no, this year, so those elections must be accompanied by a constitutional referendum,” he stressed.

Source: El heraldo

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