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The Peruvian government has approved a decision to introduce a 45-day state of emergency in the capital, Lima, and the adjacent autonomous region of Callao due to an increase in crime, Andina reported.

According to him, during the period of the emergency regime, some civil rights and freedoms will be limited, such as the right to inviolability of the home, freedom of assembly and the right to personal inviolability. The police will continue to oversee public safety but will be allowed to turn to the military for support if necessary.

If the police have information that a criminal organization or persons who have committed a crime are located in a certain place, they will be able to enter this premises without needing to obtain judicial permission, Dimitri Senmache, head of the group of advisers to the leadership of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, was quoted by Andina.

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