Thousands of women marched through the streets of the Peruvian capital Lima on Saturday, denouncing what they call corruption in the judicial system, calling for reforms and the resignation of State Prosecutor Gonzalo Chavarry. The protest comes in wake of audio recordings leaked last month, suggesting some judges on inter-gender violence cases favoured the alleged perpetrators of the violence... Еще. The protesters exhibited numerous banners and placards throughout the march which ended in front of the National Council of the Magistracy (CNM). A wave of protests had hit the country after a group of investigative journalists, published audio recordings of phone conversations which are said to implicate senior members of the judiciary in a series of corruption cases. The judges are now subject to a state investigation opened on July 9 by Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra.