Protesters across Peru have continued to take to the streets across the country for a second day, with demonstrations and marches concentrated in Lima and Miraflores. Demonstrators call for the resignation of interim-President Merino and the re-institution of former President Vizcarra.
50 protesters marched in the Chania neighborhoods of Ai-Giannis, Lentariana, and Amperia, in solidarity with the Rosa Nera squat occupied by Greek police. Demonstrators stenciled graffiti, pasted posters, and chanted slogans to a positive response from the community which was very intertwined with pre-occupation Rosa Nera.
Hundreds of protesters in Cúcuta took to the streets against neoliberal policies stretched out over multiple presidencies in Colombia, as well as the Tributary Reform which would increase taxes on basic goods and services, such as utilities as well as cutting government aid to low-income workers and households.