The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) will present his first conclusions on the visit he makes to Peru within the framework of the various social protests that are taking place against the Government of Dina Boluarte. This was reported by the commissioner Stuardo Ralon.
“These days we have an agenda in which we will listen to different civil society organizations, relatives of victims, a broad listening that allows us to end with a press conference on January 13, where we will give the first conclusions,” he said.
The delegation also moves to Ica Y Arequipa to gather more information on the alleged victims of the demonstrations. As is public, there have been 47 deaths due to clashes between the Armed forces and citizens who left in various cities of the south.
The most recent happened in Fist. According to Ombudsmanin said province 18 deaths were registered: 17 in Juliaca and one in Chucuito. For his part, in Cusco he realized that Rowing Candia Guevarapresident of the Anansaya Urinsaya Ccollana Community, lost his life.
The National Human Rights Commission in Peru (CNDHH) once again spoke out about the critical political and social situation in the interior of the country. Through your account Twitterthe commission held directly responsible the head of state of the “police repression” that has been registered in Puno and other southern regions that continue to demand the advancement of general elections for this 2023.
After expressing their solidarity with the relatives of the victims who fell during this demonstration, they asked that Boluarte Zegarra Step aside to stop the violence.
In this framework, the European Union (EU) He referred to the current situation and called for the authorities and the population to dialogue to solve the conflicts that have arisen.
“The European Union and its Member States They deeply regret the loss of human lives and the injured people, civilians and members of the law enforcement, during the recent events in Juliaca,” the statement read.
The EU He also condemned the disproportionate use of violence by protesters and law enforcement. According to him, “it is essential to respect the legal framework and human rights.” Subsequently, they called for dialogue between political actors and civil society, to curb violence, “reduce tensions and respond to the needs and aspirations of all Peruvian citizens.”
“It is urgent to investigate the facts and establish possible corrective measures to avoid further violence. In this context, we appreciate the government’s initiative to invite the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR)”, he indicated.
On the other hand, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) He also regretted the generalized violence in the national territory the day before. The entity’s spokesman expressed concern about the increase in clashes between protesters and police authorities.