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They march against the removal of former Peruvian president Martín Vizcarra


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Dozens of people took to the streets of Lima yesterday to protest the removal of former Peruvian President Martín Vizcarra.

The mobilization occurred hours after the former president called on his followers to protest peacefully in the streets.

Legality is in question and legitimacy, given by the people, we are seeing in the streets, “he said at a press conference when he entered the prosecution to testify on the cause of alleged corruption against him.

Last Monday, the Congress of the South American country dismissed the president on charges of bribery and “moral incapacity.”

We are concerned about the political situation in Peru, ”said Vizcarra, a politician who lacks a party and a bench in Congress, yet reports record levels of citizen support, according to national polls.

We have to make a call to the population to express themselves, ”he said.

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