Peru: A disconnect between protestors and press | media
Peruvians are protesting however what story is the media telling? Additionally, the risks of dissent in Belarus.
For the previous three months, Peru has been in a state of political turmoil. With one impeached president – Pedro Castillo – in jail and his successor Dina Boluarte managing a tense nation, continuous protests have rocked the nation.
Within the midst of this, institution media – information retailers principally owned and managed by Peru’s elite – are at odds with most of the protesters, including gas to a raging fireplace of discontent.
Simeon Tegel – Peru-based journalist
Jonathan Castro – editor, La Encerrona
Jacqueline Fowks – Peru specialist, Reporters With out Borders
Cecilia Valenzuela – information editor, Caretas
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