The Peruvian Government has ordered for a re-establishment of internal peace and security in the country. The government did so by lifting up the lock down amidst the ongoing protest.
Peruvian Government lifts lock down
The recent rising price of commodities is not just a story for India but also in the international arena.
After Sri Lanka, another country has started to face a similar kind of situation. Peru, a developing country of the South American continent is facing an acute crisis of rising fuel and food prices.
Till date, at least 4 deaths have been reported so far from the country.
Due to the ongoing situation, hundreds of people came out to the streets protesting against the rising prices.
The Government initially turned the country into a complete lock down but the widespread criticism it faced made it impossible to let the situation be still.
As a result, The Government had to lift the mandatory lockdown. Earlier on Monday, the Peruvian Government ordered the citizens to be at their homes from a period of 2 am in the midnight to 11:59 pm.
The lockdown was in place at Lima and Callao after the massive protests.
The protest took a turn when 4 civilians died in the clash between the police forces and the protesters.
The country witnessed streets full of people marching up till the congress wherein the President was in a meeting. They were protesting against the economic condition in the country. As a consequence to this, The Peruvian government for the lockdown which restricted the civil liberties of the people in the country.