Dina Boluarte LIVE: President will testify today before the OAS Permanent Council

Dina Boluarte LIVE: President will testify today before the OAS Permanent Council

The president will appear virtually before the international organization to talk about the crisis that is plaguing her government and the victims of the protests during her administration.

As a result of the serious political crisis in which the Government of the Chairwoman Dina Boluarte, the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) He scheduled a session with the president that will be held virtually and will begin at 2:30 p.m. this Wednesday, January 25. During this event, topics such as the protests, the deaths resulting from them, the resignation requests that exist against Boluartethe police abuse registered during the taking of Saint Mark the last January 19 and more.

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Said session, which will take place in the OAS Hall of the Americas, will not physically have the Head of State, who will present herself virtually since she cannot leave Peru due to the absence of a replacement for her position. For this reason, the event was broadcast through the organization’s official channels. Boluarte’s intervention will be preceded by the participation of the President of the Permanent Council, Anthony Phillips-Spencer, as well as the Secretary General of the OAS, Luis Almagro.

This is not the first time that the country’s situation has been discussed at the OAS. On January 18, the Permanent Council received the final report on the visit of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to Peru, in which Stuardo Ralón specified that there was concern regarding the use of terms such as “terrorist” and “senderista” in the nation.

Ralón pointed out that these words were used against citizens of Aymara or Quechua origin, which denoted racism on the part of some sectors of the country.

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