Chaos in Peru: Dozens Injured, Police Stations Attacked, and Protests Continue

Protests in Peru have been ongoing for weeks and are showing no signs of slowing down. According to The Guardian, dozens of people have been injured and police stations have been attacked in the unrest.

Reuters Canada reported that over 50 people have been injured as the protests have caused “nationwide chaos.” The protests are demanding the ouster of President Martin Vizcarra and the calling for new elections, according to PBS NewsHour.

Foreign Affairs Magazine has reported that Peru’s democratic dysfunction is the root cause of the protests and has explored how to fix the country’s broken system.

The Hindustan Times reported that the protests have taken a violent turn with stone-pelting, arson, and killings.

USNN is providing full coverage of the ongoing protests in Peru.