On 20 June 2023, police officers fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse hundreds of protesters who attempted to storm the Jujuy provincial legislature building in the northwestern Argentine city of San Salvador de Jujuy. Clashes were also reported on the nearby Goriti Bridge, where protesters set fire to trash cans and debris to impede the deployment of police officers. The unrest follows the adoption of amendments to the Jujuy provincial constitution that ban “blocking streets and highways” and “any other disturbance to the right to the free movement of people or the improper occupation of public buildings.” At least 170 people suffered injuries in the clashes. Security officials detained more than 65 individuals. Protesters have since continued to block all access roads to the city’s Gobernador Horacio Guzmán International Airport (SASJ/JUJ), which has resulted in the suspension of flight operations at the facility until at least 0800 local time (1100 UTC) on 22 June. In response to the violence, the State Workers Association (ATE) union and Argentine Workers’ Central Union (CTA) have called for a 48-hour nationwide strike from 21-22 June. Previous clashes between protesters and police officers motivated by the constitutional reforms took place throughout Jujuy province from 16-18 June.