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staff National Police were unrolled in an oval Avenue Miguel Grau on the Cercado de Lima to prevent groups of protesters from advancing towards the indicated artery of the capital.
By this point, protesters had mobilized from San Martin Square after another police cordon prevented them from reaching the street. Avenue Nicolas de Pierola to abankay avenue.
To disperse these people, the security forces used tear gas canisters, despite the fact that public transport continued as usual in the direction of Avenida 9 de Deciembre.
The protesters began to scatter in different directions, for example, Walk of the Sea Heroesto avoid tear gas. However, they later regrouped.
After that, the protesters tried to block the oval of Miguel Grau Avenue, but the troops managed to withdraw them again and leave the road open.
At least two mobilizations against the government were announced this Monday, one by Organized Civil Society and the other by graduates and reservists of the armed forces. The rallying point for both marches was San Martin Square.
This new mobilization day follows those registered the day before and last Thursday, 19 January.
The protest these days focused on lima fence.
The demonstrators demand the resignation of President Dina Boluarte, as well as the departure of congressmen and the appointment of a general election.
The last-day protests in the capital come after weeks of demonstrations in various regions of the country, starting from the second week of December 2022.
So far, the death toll in this social crisis in the country is 56 people.