The Sunday Review

At least 20 People, including four officers from the police, were injured Saturday in Protesters clash with police in Andahuaylas in southern Peru in The Andes.

The Ombudsman’s Office said on Twitter it was working with health personnel to verify if the injured Received “adequate medical care in the city hospital” But he didn’t give any details on the injuries.

It indicated that several people were detained, but did not specify how many.

The National Police reported, however, that two police officers had been taken prisoner by protesters and have since been released. They are currently being evaluated by doctors.

The reason for Saturday’s protest is not yet clear, but Andahuaylas is one of several towns in The country where people took to the streets on Friday in According to information provided by the Ministry of Interior to the media, Castillo supported the former president who was expelled earlier this week.

Castillo was taken out of power on Wednesday after He attempted to dissolve Peru’s Congress and call for new elections. He was detained for the alleged crime against rebellion and impeached. in a single day.

Peruvian lawmakers called the move a coup. A majority of the 130-member Congress voted to impeach Castillo the same day. The swearing ended with Castillo being shot. in Dina Boluarte to top position

Peru’s new President ruled out early elections on Thursday on her first day in office after the dramatic ousting, arrest and conviction of her predecessor.

Castillo is also currently in a seven day preliminary arrest that was issued by the Supreme Court on Thursday after Consider him a flight risk.

Castillo, among other claims, has been subject to a series investigations to determine if he used his position for his own benefit, as well as that of his family members and close friends.

He has denied all allegations, and he reiterated his willingness cooperate with any investigation. He claims that the allegations are the result a witch-hunt against his family and other members of groups who did not accept his election win.

The Ombudsman Office reiterated their position. “call to the population not to resort to violent means during their protests” and asked the National Police “any action to restore public order must be carried out within the framework of the law of use of force.”