Ex-dictator Alberto Fujimori announces his candidacy for the Peruvian presidency

Several lawyers have said that it is illegal for Fujimori to be a candidate. Meanwhile, his daughter, Keiko, and her political party, Popular Force (Fuerza Popular), are under investigation for money laundering.

Peruvian politician Keiko Fujimori is accused of leading a criminal organization

On Monday, Judge Juana Caballero began the trial against former presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori, leader of the political party Popular Force.

Will there be justice for protesters killed in Peru’s anti-coup protests?

20 military personnel have been accused of intentional homicide in Peru for their role in repressing the December 2022 demonstrations in Ayacucho. The military allegedly fired intentionally against the unarmed civilian population.

Israeli tourists attack vigil in Cusco in support of Palestine

In Cusco, the community holds weekly vigils to express their support for Palestine and denounce the ongoing genocide

One year since the coup in Peru

Following the coup against Pedro Castillo, the people of Peru took to the streets en masse to demand his restitution and the resignation of Boluarte

Héctor Béjar: “We must have contact with that gigantic precariat that is today’s proletariat”

Lifelong Peruvian revolutionary Héctor Béjar called on progressive and left forces to urgently engage with the proletariat of today and counteract the rise of the right

Fresh protests against Dina Boluarte met with violent police repression in Lima

According to a new survey conducted by the Institute of Peruvian Studies (IEP), the disapproval rating of de-facto president Dina Boluarte has risen from 71% in January to 81.6% in July, while that of the right-wing dominated Congress has increased from 89% to 90.4%

Peru’s lonely road on Boluarte’s shoulders: what’s next for the Pacific Alliance?

“The de facto president is only sustained by the support of the US. I dare say that Peru has never been so alone,” writes Maria Fe Celi Reyna

Peru protests against Boluarte
Thousands of Peruvians partake in ‘Third Takeover of Lima’, revive struggle against Boluarte regime

The new round of protests are expected to continue till July 28, the Peruvian Independence Day

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Peruvians to hit the streets for ‘Third Takeover of Lima’

Thousands are expected to arrive to Peru’s capital city Lima to participate in a fresh round of protests to call for the resignation of Dina Boluarte who took office after the coup against Pedro Castillo

Peruvian Prosecutor’s Office requests seizure of Pedro Castillo’s assets

Prosecutor Daniel Soria has made the request in the case investigating Castillo’s attempt to dissolve the right-wing dominated Congress and rule by decree in December 2022

Peru declares state of emergency in southern region due to eruption of Ubinas volcano

The decision was taken a day after there were two massive explosions at the Ubinas volcano in the south of Peru