Communications team of the Presidency of the Republic specified the phrase enunciated by the Head of State before the international media.
Hours after the president Dina Boluarte said that “Puno is not Peru” Front of foreign press, the social networks of his office bounced apologies for what was stated. According to the government’s version, “it was not an expression of discrimination or arrogance” and, “if it was misinterpreted,” they apologize. They called for peace, dialogue and reconciliation, despite the indiscriminate violence that occurred on January 24 in the Lima marches with provincial delegations. Almost seven weeks have passed since he wore the presidential sash to replace the now inmate Pedro Castillo. Since then, more than fifty deaths have occurred in the context of social protest.
The precision occurred hours after the meeting between the president and the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS), in the United States, in order to tell them “the whole truth” of the Peruvian situation. Boluarte Zegarra insisted on the version that dum-dum bullets enter from the Bolivian border to arm protesting civilians. A report by this means of communication denies his recidivism.
Previously, he also said that he did not understand the demands of the population that requested his removal and that of the Board of Directors of Congress. He even proposed the possibility that the marches are promoted by “buggers.” To date, Boluarte has not shown any evidence of the alleged illegal economies contributing to the social boil.