Dozens of people participate in a massive march in Lima, on November 14 Aldair Mejía / EFE
Many of the parties that have capitalized on the demand for regeneration
of public and political life that have emerged throughout the planet have adopted purple as their own color.
Also in Peru where, traditionally, purple was also typical of the month of October for a religious reason: the dark Christ that has been coming out for two centuries in a massive procession followed by faithful dressed in that color.
Due to the crisis unleashed by the covid, this year the procession was suspended.
However, purple has once again taken over the streets of the country when ...
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