For support and silence against the government of Dina Boluarte
The public support of Antaur Humala Badger when taking power In Boluarte to the presidency of the republic before the fall of the putschist Pedro Castillo in December 2022, has sparked a rebellion within the Ethnocacerista leader’s followers, leading to resignations and dissent.
Entocacerismo sources revealed to LA RAZÓN that Antauro Humala’s silence towards the government of Dina Boluarte and his statements against the marches against the regime in power have led to unrest within Ethnocacerismo, especially in the south of the country.
In December 2022, Ethnocacerista leader Antauro Humala stood on the balcony of Plaza San Martín to recognize Dina Boluarte as President of the Republic, but was booed and pelted with bottles and insults by supporters of Pedro Castillo and Ethnocaceristas, who even shouted at him. “Traitor”.
In August this year, during the broadcast of Carlos Orozco’s YouTube channel “Ventana”, the man convicted of murder criticized the political marches because they never work. In his own style, he explained that he was more radical and was “staging riots” and “taking over barracks and police stations.”
“The marches make me laugh, do you know why? Because I’m rioting. “I am taking over barracks and police stations,” he said on that occasion.
The same sources indicate that one of the defectors is Juan Sacsi Inga, who registered with the ethnocacerist regional movement Kawsachun Apurimac. This character stepped aside and accused Antauro Humala of losing the trust of the people by supporting the overthrow of Pedro Castillo.
Likewise, Virgilio Acuña would be one of those who would have left, who would create the Peruvian Federal Party with a group of dissidents from the ethnoculture.
However, Antauro Humala would have formed other alliances, including Nancy Obregón (former congressman of his brother Ollanta Humala) and Jorge Castro (former congressman of the Frente Amplio).