Human rights violations in Peru
Peruvians social organizations and trade unions call for 10-day struggle against the Boluarte government

The new round of protests will be called the “National Day of Permanent Popular Mobilization” and take place between July 19 and 28

Peru’s de facto president blames protesters for their own deaths at the hands of state forces

Boluarte condemned the fresh wave of protests and blamed social organizations for creating violence and chaos in the country.

Chile rallies behind Peru’s coup government

Evo Morales harshly criticized the move by the Boric government which occurred just after Peruvian congress approved the entry of hundreds of US troops for training activities

Mexico refuses to hand over trade bloc presidency to Peru’s de facto president

President AMLO reiterated that Mexico does not consider Dina Boluarte to be the legal president of Peru since the coup against Pedro Castillo

Peruvian Congress votes against impeaching de facto President Dina Boluarte

Right-wing sectors in Peru who have been Boluarte’s key allies since the coup, saved her from the first impeachment bid

Peruvian legislators present impeachment motion against de facto President Dina Boluarte

The vacancy motion was presented due to the deaths of dozens of demonstrators in repression by security forces during the protests that have been taking place since last December

Peru announces definitive withdrawal of ambassador from Colombia

The decision came days after Colombian President Gustavo Petro lamented former Peruvian President Pedro Castillo’s absence at the Ibero-American Summit

Peruvians demand justice following death of protester who was shot with 36 lead pellets by police

According to Peru’s Ombudsman’s Office, with the death of 22-year-old Rosalino Florez Valverde, the death toll from state repression of anti-government and anti-congress protests rose to 67

Enver León: “The majority of Peruvians want a change in the Constitution”

The Peruvian people have remained in the streets three months since Pedro Castillo was overthrown in a coup d’état

Peru protests Juliaca massacre Protests and strikes continue in Peru against Dina Boluarte

Social organizations and trade unions have pointed out that Boluarte’s meetings with political leaders and the Congress’ decision to postpone the approval of early elections ratify their intention to remain in power until 2026

Peruvian organizations take legal action against Dina Boluarte over killings of protesters

Over the past 10 weeks of protest across the country, more than 60 people have been killed and over 1,000 injured

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