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Lima, Peru — Peru’s government on Wednesday declared a state of emergency for 30 days amid protests that have left at least eight people dead and over 100 police officers injured. “With this measure, we seek to guarantee order, the continuity of economic activities and the protection of millions of families,” the minister wrote on Twitter. The state of emergency implies the suspension of the rights included in article 2 of the Peruvian Constitution: Right to freedom and security.

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