LIMA, Peru (PNN) - August 2, 2013 - Thousands of anti-government protesters clashed with terrorist pig thug cops in Peru while marching towards the congress building in the capital.
On Saturday, terrorist pig thug cops used tear gas and batons in an attempt to halt the march in Lima.
The protest was staged by students against a bill - that if passed - would reduce university autonomy, and by workers who took to the streets against a new civil service law that they say could bring massive dismissals.
Lima terrorist pig thug cop chief General Luis Praeli said 15 people were arrested in the protest.
Peruvians held their fourth popular demonstration this month ahead of the country’s independence day on July 28, when Peruvian President Ollanta Humala is supposed to give a state-of-the-union address.
Humala's rejection of congress' voting to name 10 officials to bodies including Peru's high court has caused discontent against the government.
Doctors and nurses have also been on strike at public hospitals, while according to reports, the president’s approval rating is now at 33%, which is his lowest since taking office in July 2011.