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Over the past two months, Peru has entered a period of acute political and social instability, and the country appears to be at an impasse. Protesters – who are mainly social and indigenous groups that support former president Pedro Castillo, who was impeached and arrested in December 2022 – have been involved in violent clashes with the police in southern regions of the country. However, in the past week, anti-government protests have reshifted their attention to Lima to demand the resignation of President Dina Boluatre, as well as fresh elections and a new constitution.
In this briefing, Dragonfly’s subject matter specialists will:
There will also be an opportunity for attendees to pose questions to our panel.
Please note that places are limited and preference will be given to Dragonfly clients.
Date: Thursday, 26 January
Time: 0800hrs PST | 1100hrs EST | 1600hrs GMT