January 25, 2023--Researched by Amir Richani for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Unrest across Peru is impacting mining operations and damaging energy infrastructure. Protesters are demanding the resignation of the new president and new general elections. Protests began December 7, when former President Pedro Castillo was arrested. They have been especially intense in Peru's southern provinces, where several mining sites are located. On January 19 and 20, Compania Minera Antapaccay S.A., a subsidiary of <a href='https://www.glencore.com/' target='_blank'>Glencore plc</a> (Baar, Switzerland), released two statements condemning attacks on its infrastructure and operations. The subsidiary operates the Antapaccay copper mine.