Next, know the dollar price American in Peru today, Wednesday, January 25, 2023. On the previous day, Tuesday, January 24, the greenback closed at S/. 3.8940, according to the Central Reserve Bank (BCR).
The dollar in Peru was quoted at S/. 3.8940 according to the Central Reserve Bank (BCR).
On the other hand, exchange houses and agencies present the buying and selling exchange rate in S/. 3.87 and S/. 3,905, respectively; according to the portal cuocuestaeldolar.pe.
The average price of the dollar at the opening of yesterday, Tuesday, January 24, was S/ 3.8845, according to the Central Reserve Bank (BCR).
Regarding the interbank level, the price of the dollar was between S/. 3.87 to S/ 3.90 with an average of S/. 3.8857.
Hours of tension have been experienced in Peru in recent days, especially in the southern part of the country, where protests against the government of President Dina Boluarte continued last week.
On Monday, January 9, 17 people died in clashes between protesters and police in the vicinity of the airport in the city of Juliaca, in Puno. According to medical sources in the region, most of the deceased had serious injuries from firearms and pellets.
The following day, Tuesday the 10th, it was confirmed that a police officer was burned to death after his patrol car was attacked by unknown persons in Juliaca. The unit, occupied by two agents, was carrying out patrol work when it was attacked, surrounded and set on fire by presumed protesters. A police officer was seriously injured in the head and other parts of the body.
His partner, Second Class Petty Officer José Luis Soncco Quispe, did not have the same fate and his charred body was found next to his service unit.
According to data from the Ombudsman’s Office, since the social protests against the government of Dina Boluarte began in December, more than 50 people have died (including a police officer) and more than 1,100 have been injured in clashes between citizens and law enforcement .
In this regard, the president offered a message to the nation on Friday, January 13, in which she apologized to the country for the deaths in the protests and said that she will accept the investigations of the Public Ministry.
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