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Police use non-lethal ammunition to disperse anti-government protesters gathered in San Martin Square in Lima, Peru, on Tuesday, Jan. 24.

demonstrationoften violent and deadly, has rocked Peru since the previous president Pedro Castillo ousted After he attempted to dissolve the opposition-controlled Congress ahead of an impeachment vote. Supporters of the former president demanded that Castillo’s successor, Dina Boluarte, resign and reinstate Castillo.

Video taken by Sebastian Vinelli showed police dealing with demonstrators in San Martin Square as protesters marched through central Lima.A historic building near the square is destroyed by fire During the protests a few days ago.

Earlier on Tuesday, Boluarte called for a “truce” to allow dialogue.

“We called for a truce in Congress and now I am calling for a national truce in my dear country so that we can start the dialogue roundtables and be able to set the agenda for each region and develop our people,” she told reporters, as quoted peruvian state media. “I won’t tire of calling on them to talk for peace.” Credit: Sebastian Vinelli via Storyful