The premises of six Superior Courts located in Puno, Ayacucho, Huancavelica, Apurímac and Arequipa have been affected as a result of the nationwide demonstrations. This was announced by the president of the Judiciary, Javier Arevalowho said that an inventory of the lost material is being made.
“I think that these attacks can actually have two origins: elements that seek to cause chaos, but also someone who seeks to destroy judicial files because in these (attacks) judicial files have been burned, but the most serious thing is that those that have been most burnt are humble people of food trials”, he declared to RPP moments ago.
He said that in the case of the attacks on the Public ministry“They could make you think that some kind of organized crime is behind all this, as is the case with illegal mining, drug trafficking, even the possibility of terrorism.”, since it does not make sense to attack these types of venues and burn files.
“Trials are paralyzed and there are people who may have an interest in this happening”, he added, showing his concern about the violent way in which a sector is expressing its position.
He also recalled that this Friday he will meet with representatives of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR)to whom he will expose the situation of violence that affects the country.
“There are people who have died, there are lives to grieve. Possibly many of these people who have died were just protesting, but we also have to see that in these demonstrations there have been people who have seen how they are going to tear down the walls of the airport and how they have attacked our premises. These characters who have done this cannot be true Protestants.”he pointed.