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Peru also banned Juan Grabois from entering for 'destabilizing democracy'

2023-03-30T23:13:31.470Z


He is on a list of 15 Argentines and a US citizen, who will not be able to enter. Grabois, who supports detained Pedro Castillo, was unable to enter Colombia in 2021 and had problems in Bolivia.


The Government of Peru

prohibited

the entry to that country of Juan Grabois, and other Argentine leftist and Kirchner militants, among them the deputies Juan Marino and Federico Fagioli, who, under the figure of integrating an "international solidarity mission" sought to travel there again

to support the detainee Pedro Castillo.

From the start they consider that former President Castillo, removed and imprisoned after trying to dissolve Congress, was the one who actually "suffered a coup d'état and they ask for his return to power." 

Grabois and his followers together with the self-named international solidarity mission traveled to Peru in February and

participated in marches and some of them in incidents against the provisional government of Dina Boluarte

.

In 2021, Grabois and other leaders were prevented from entering Colombia by decision of the government of former President Iván Duque.

They said they had gone to "listen and denounce human rights violations," which for the government of Dina Boluarte is meddling. 

"In response to our request, @MigracionesPe

will prevent

the members of the self-styled "international solidarity mission" from entering Peru. These false defenders of human rights came to blow up our democracy, playing the game of the radical left and the caviarada," tweeted

the Deputy Patricia Chirinos,

from the center-right Avanza País party.

The deputy 

managed to have the measure applied

against the founder and benchmark of the Movement of Excluded Workers (MTE) and the Confederation of Workers of the Popular Economy (CTEP), who, having affirmed his intentions to run for president of the Nation, continues to lead land seizures, and mobilizing throughout the region in favor of what it calls "popular" governments and movements. 

Chirinos's request to the Peruvian Executive stated: "I urgently request that the Argentines Juan Grabois and Federico Fagioli be expelled and prevented from entering, as well as any member of the 'Mission of International Solidarity and Human Rights' who threatens our legal system”.

The legislator published the photo of the Migration regulations by which Grabois and the Argentines involved will be prevented from entering the country again.

He published point 4.2

says that an individual can be prevented from entering when "information from national or foreign intelligence agencies" is found that classifies that person "as a risk to national security"

and that is what the Peruvian government found in the handicapped group, made up of Grabois, Marino and Fagioli. 

The list of Argentine militants that Peru now prohibited from entering -something predictable because several deputies from that country had already been asking for it, considering their activities "destabilizing" and interfering- there are a total of 16: in addition to Grabois, Marino

, self-defined as "militant and founder of the Piquetero Party and the Piquetero Unity. National Deputy of the FrenteDeTodos, and Fagioli, of the Frente Patria Grande.

They are

also Fernándo Martín Almejun, Mariela Navarro;

Gaston Restagno;

Pablo Garcia and others.

On the same list as the Argentines who were banned from entering Peru is a

woman born in the United States who is looking at her US passport.

Her name is

Teri Mattson

.

She had also been banned from entering Colombia.

The list of Argentines prohibited by Migrations Peru.

Among them, the leader Juan Grabois

"All the enemies of Peru must not set foot on national territory again. As with the false "solidarity mission", the doors of the country will be closed to all those ravaged communists who intend to attack the rule of law and our democracy. The Peru respects itself," Chirinos said.

In the surroundings of Grabois, they pointed out to

Clarín

on Thursday that "like Ivan Duque's mobster, the coup president (for Boluarte), host of the Madrid Group, which is the world fascist right, defined, like Ivan Duque, that this humble servant (by the Kirchnerist leader) is a threat to the national security of Peru, where they have already killed more than 70 peasants and have been prohibited from entering".

In the Grabois environment they assure that

he had no planned trip.

From the office of deputy Chirinos, on the other hand, they accused the so-called "International Solidarity Mission" of being "false defenders of human rights", who have traveled to Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru, supporting "protests against the

authorities democratically elected".

They gave as an example the protests against former president Jeanine Añez - imprisoned by the government of Luis Arce - against the current president of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso and against those faced by the former president of Colombia, Duque.

"Their

modus operandi

 is the same in all countries. In countries where there are social conflicts between the left and right, they usually send a supposed mission of observers, financed by the international left, especially by the current Argentine government," said the congresswoman harshly. peruvian 

"This mission usually goes under the pretext of observing and reporting alleged human rights violations by law enforcement. But in reality its objective is to attack and demand changes in the political system and in the structure of the state."

Chirinos accused them of

"coordinating actions in the protests inciting violence." 

They participate by actively coordinating actions in the protests encouraging violence.

In Peru they wanted to do the same by supporting or supervising, as they call, the marches against the government of Dina Boluarte.

They did not get the media coverage they were looking for.

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Source: clarin

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