Groups of protesters, most of them young men, are continuing Friday night is concentrated in downtown Asuncen s They demand the resignation of President Mario Abdo BentzAfter the security forces dispersed gases a Hundreds of people gathered in front of Congress to protest the government’s management of the pandemic.
According to some media reports there will be A number of rubber pellets and some policemen were hit by the stones Threw it by some of the protesters.
The accident core, an area that includes the headquarters of the National Police, the Legislative Building and the Governmental Palace, was damaged, and some fire spread at some points.
According to various local media, a group of demonstrators, about a hundred, intends to hold a protest in front of the Congress for the sake of Call for the resignation of Abdo Bentz from the Colorado Conservative Party.
Interior Minister Arnaldo Gutsio told various media that the accidents were caused by people who entered the call to cause accidents.
According to other means, the regime forces transferred forces to protect institutional buildings, as well as the presidential headquarters and government headquarters.
A few accidents started Two hours after the start of the protest by several hundred citizens They responded to the summoning of a peaceful citizen in the network to show their exhaustion of government policy in the face of the epidemic.
According to police spokesmen, the agents Reacted with gases to aggression by some demonstrators Those who tried to cross the security cordon, protected by an important security cordon.
Later, on several downtown streets, the crowd dispersed the anti-government shouts leading up Abdo Bentez.
This call came after the Nurses’ Union and patients ’relatives organized protests this week to denounce the lack of medical supplies and materials in public hospitals, especially among those infected with the Coronavirus.
And after those protests this morning, the Minister of Health resigned. Giulio MazzoliniAfter meeting Abdo Bentz.
Other public frustrations point to the delay in the arrival of vaccines, which are currently limited to 4,000 doses of Russia’s Sputnik V that have already been applied, although it is only for health workers.
Paraguay, which has a population of seven million, is adding nearly 3,200 deaths and more than 160,000 cases of coronavirus.