The British newspaper The Economist
has said that Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra is one of only four Latin American leaders with an approval rating above 50%.
"More presidents may imitate Martin Vizcarra in Peru. In 20 months in office, he has ducked unpopular decisions, such as approving a big mine. Riding an anti-politician wave of anger, he shut down an obstructive congress
," the publication reads.
"Along with Mr. Lopez Obrador, he is one of only four Latin American presidents with an approval rating of over 50%," it added.
In addition, the publication mentions some of the causes of such demonstrations, like increases in metro fares in Chile, fuel prices in Haiti and Ecuador, as well as electoral fraud in Bolivia.