Night of Fury in Peru: Outrage Against President Martín Vizcarra’s Impeachment

The protests, initially pacific, escalated in tensions with police when protesters tried to get into the Plaza de Armas, where Govern Palace and Republic's Congress are located. The plaza was strongly guarded by different police forces.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With music, dance, and chants, several groups of protesters expressed their outrage against the president Martín Vizcarra's Impeachment on Monday, November 9th, in Lima. The mobilization started at 9 am in Plaza San Martín, the iconic park in the heart of Lima where protests often begin.

With phrases like “[Manuel] Merino is not my president” the demonstrations were clear about the people’s outrage against the absurd political situation that . . .

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