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They went out on a strike in September 1930, which cost six miners their lives. Several months later, the police tried to break up a demonstration of the miners at La Oroya, and the resulting battle brought 22 deaths. S. ambassador, Sánchez Cerro ordered the dissolution of the unions and arrested their leaders, deporting them to a penal colony. ”142 A SPLIT IN THE CGTP During the early part of the Benavides regime, the Confederación General de Trabajadores del Perú (CGTP) suffered a schism. It had at 22 A History of Organized Labor in Peru and Ecuador first included most of the country’s organized workers, of all political tendencies.
130 It was not long before Sánchez Cerro installed his own dictatorship, which lasted for almost two years. During this time, the Apristas, and to a lesser degree other opposition groups, were severely repressed. Haya himself was jailed, as were many other Aprista Party leaders, while still others went into hiding. This period was brought to an end by the assassination of the dictator, supposedly by an Aprista. There then succeeded another short period of democratic liberties under General Oscar Benavides, but within a few months, Benavides also installed a dictatorship.
169 Lombardo had lunch with President Prado. When first informed of this date with the president, Lombardo was told that “Peruvian labor leaders” would also be there, so he assured the principal Aprista union leaders that they were going to be present. They doubted it, and the morning of the luncheon, Lombardo told them that he had misunderstood the invitation and that they were not invited. 170 THE FOUNDING OF THE CONFEDERACIÓN DE TRABAJADORES DEL PERÚ The next step toward unification of the labor movement of Peru was the visit by several Peruvian labor leaders to the convention of the Confederación de Trabajadores de Chile in 1943.