Clashes reported before the signing of the Electoral Ethical Pact |  VIDEO

Clashes reported before the signing of the Electoral Ethical Pact | VIDEO

Protesters launching harangues against the (JNE) and its president, Jorge Luis Salas Arenas, were repelled by the Police outside the premises where the signing of the .

As reported by Canal N, the incidents began at the entrance door to the auditorium of the College of Engineers of Peru, in the district of San Isidro.

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The place was attended by supporters of the mayor of San Juan de Lurigancho, Álex González, in protest for having been excluded as a candidate for the Municipality of Lima in the elections on October 2.

Demonstrators in favor of Alex González protested outside the headquarters where the Electoral Ethical Pact was signed. (N-Channel)

After several minutes, the Police and security agents prevented the demonstration from approaching the entrance to the headquarters in San Isidro, which generated a violent response from the protesters who threw objects such as eggs at the security forces.

Given this, the police proceeded to use tear gas to disperse the protesters and then fenced off the entrance to the street to prevent the incidents from continuing near the entrance to the building.


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