Maduro criticized the international silence on the serious Peruvian crisis


The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, expressed his solidarity with the people of Peru in the face of the crisis that this country is going through, where intense days of protest have been recorded, subject to repression by the police forces of this South American country.

“All our support to the people of Peru in this historic moment of a new awakening in search of their own destiny,” he said during a speech delivered this Sunday by the Miraflores Palace, where he criticized the silence that exists in international organizations on this crisis.

“Where is the Lima Group that says nothing about the human rights of the people of Lima? Why is the Lima Group silent? Where is the OAS (Organization of American States) and the despicable one of (Luis) Almagro? Where am I? “Churches.

He pointed out that according to reports from human rights NGOs in the Inca nation, two victims were killed and no less than 40 people missing.

A crisis of decades

The Head of State has indicated that the social epidemic in Peru is part of a crisis that began in the 90s in this country, after the so-called “fujimorazo”, an event to which the then Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori led carried out the military seizure of parliament to prevent political action from being taken against its position by the legislator.

“This crisis in Peru is at least 30 years old and has been dragging on since Fujimori’s time and the right has deceived the people of Peru with candidates who arrive with a speech in favor of the people and then put themselves at the service of the oligarchy of Lima” He explained while supporting that “the media behind all the maneuvers of the right in Peru”.

He said that these protetas where people shout “everyone go” shows that “the Peruvian people are waking up rebelling, brave and have taken to the streets to rebel against the latest move of that right”.

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