Tanya Wadhwa
Mass mobilizations continue in Peru against Dina Boluarte

According to the National Human Rights Coordinator of Peru (CNDDHH), in the past 50 days of social protests, 56 people, including seven minors, were killed and 912 people were injured

Latin American and Caribbean leaders reaffirm commitment to regional integration

CELAC member countries signed the Buenos Aires declaration to make Latin America and the Caribbean a community of sovereign nations

Milagro Sala Argentina Argentine organizations demand presidential pardon for Indigenous activist Milagro Sala

Indigenous and social activist Milagro Sala has been imprisoned since January 2016 over charges that human rights and social activists allege are politically motivated

Peruvian movements organize caravan to Lima to intensify protests

Indigenous and peasant leaders have called for a ‘March from the Four Corners’ to Lima to intensify ongoing protests against the coup and the de facto government of Dina Boluarte

Peruvian security forces massacre 17 protesters in Juliaca, Puno

With the victims of the massacre in Juliace, the death toll from state repression of the anti-government protests rises to 46

Peruvian Congress approves bill to advance general elections as anti-coup protests intensify

According to Peru’s National Human Rights Coordinator, in the past 15 days of anti-coup protests, 27 protesters have died as a result of violent repression by security forces

Pedro Castillo detention Peru As resistance to coup continues, Peru’s judiciary extends detention of Pedro Castillo by 18 months

The decision comes as nationwide protests demanding Castillo’s immediate release and reinstatement enter a second week. At least 21 people have been killed in the protests which have faced repression

Peruvians continue to resist as anti-coup protests enter second week

Defying the state of emergency, enduring brutal police and military repression, tens of thousands of Peruvians continue on the streets in rejection of the legislative coup against former President Pedro Castillo

Five killed by police during anti-coup protests in Peru

Enduring brutal police repression, tens of thousands of Peruvians have been protesting in different parts of the country, demanding closure of the Congress, new elections and new constitution through a Constituent Assembly

Coup in Peru: President Pedro Castillo overthrown by conservative Congress

Peru’s opposition-controlled Congress approved the impeachment motion against Pedro Castillo after he decreed its temporary dissolution and called for fresh parliamentary elections. Hours later, he was arrested

Lawfare in Argentina: VP Cristina Fernández de Kirchner sentenced to six years in prison

The lawfare against Argentina’s most prominent and loved Peronist leader and one of the towering figures of Latin America’s political left has evoked widespread condemnation in the country as well as across the region

Venezuelan government and opposition sectors sign a new partial agreement

The head of the government delegation, Jorge Rodríguez, reported that the agreement creates a mechanism aimed at recovering Venezuelan resources blocked abroad and using the same to address vital social needs of the people