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Trade union center calls national strike against Peru government | news

The General Confederation of Workers of Peru (CGTP), which has called a national strike for Thursday, January 19, is demanding the immediate resignation of President-elect Dina Boluarte, an early call for elections and a call for a Constituent Assembly.

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The basic concentration is scheduled to begin at 4:00 pm local time at the Plaza 2 de Mayo in Lima, due to which various unions and social organizations marched to the capital.

On its part, the CGTP on Monday condemned the police pressuring the National People’s Congress (ANP) not to take place by cordoning off the building and threatening the conveners.

In this sense, the federation pointed out that the police forces intimidated those who attended the assembly and jailed President Teresa Yamile NĂ¡vididat Villegas Montoya, “a charge in Cajamarca, in a place he does not know, considered a case of homonymy”.

In turn, Gustavo Minaya, assistant general secretary of the CGTP, confirmed that “they are persecuting all the leaders of Lima and the leaders of the trade unions and at the national level who want to enter this place where the People’s National Assembly is convened.” “.

Minaya, however, insisted that the strike would be conducted by force on a “yes or yes” basis. eliminated these own forces.

Demonstrations erupted in Peru last December following the ouster of then-President Pedro Castillo by Congress, in which around 50 people died in a violent police crackdown.