Peru: Protesters burn police alive in protests against Dina Boluarte

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Peru: Protesters burn police alive in protests against Dina Boluarte
Protesters burn police alive in Peru. Photo: Getty Images / Illustrative

The National Police of Peru reported that last Tuesday one of its members diedidentified as José Luis Soncco Quispe, who was burned alive by a group of protesters in Juliaca, region of Peru, where the protests against the government of Dina Boluarte.

Protesters burn Peruvian policeman alive

In broadcast images Through social networksit can be seen the lifeless body of the policeman after being burned by a group of protesters.

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After committing the attack, the demonstrators took two pistols and a rifle. The policeman Luis Soncco couldn’t escape the mobwhile another member was taken to the American Clinic of Juliaca after presenting head injuries.

The Prime Minister of Peru, Alberto Otárolareported that “José Luis Soncco Quispe has died, he has been burned alive in his patrol car.”

On the other hand, the Ministry of the Interior of Peru regretted the attack and expressed condolences to the family of the deceased police officer.

Protests continue in Peru against the government of Dina Boluarte

Protests to demand the resignation of President Dina Boluarte they continue in several regions of Peru, with blockades and marches. Cusco, ArequipaTacna and Fist are the areas where the greater number of mobilizations.

In Lima, social groups, trade unions and leftist parties They called for a march this Thursday with the slogan “Not one more dead, down with the civic-military, racist and classist dictatorship.” The demands include the closing of the Congress and the convocation of a Constituent Assembly to replace the Magna Carta of 1993 of the former president Alberto Fujimoriwhich canonizes the market economy as the axis of the socioeconomic development of the country.

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