Bolivian Deputies Support Pro-Sea Outlet Campaign
17 de marzo de 2017, 16:38La Paz, Mar 17 (Prensa Latina) With the approval of a document establishing March 21 as memorable date for the history of Bolivia, the Chamber of Deputies supported today the nationwide media campaign in favor of a sea outlet.
The initiative responds to the importance of that date, when Bolivia will present at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) a Bolivian maritime reply aimed at recovering this nation's outlet to the sea.
This date will be engraved in the heart of all Bolivians that we are hoping to return to the beaches of the Pacific Ocean with sovereignty, clarified the deputies.
In one of its points, the declaration calls on Bolivians, inside and abroad the national territory to unite in support to the presentation of the document that will counter the arguments used by Chile in his countermemorh to justify the invasion of the Andean-Amazonic country.
It also highlights the unconditional support of the Chamber of Deputies to the Bolivian judicial group that worked for several months with braveness, force and wisdom in the elaboration of the reply.
For its part, the Federation of Artists in Recreation and Stage Arts of La Paz expressed its support to the government and joined the Bolivian campaign #Sea for Bolivia, promoted by the Ministry of Communications.
Clowns, magicians and pupeteers calle don the population to support the Bolivian cause and to unite forces to show the world the nationalist sense of the just claim of Bolivia to recover sea access.
Through a communique, the artists of the sector committed to staying in constant wakefulness in order to accompany on March 21 the presentation of the reply corresponding to the second phase of written pleas.
The claim also found support in Chilean journalist and historian Jose Larrain, who expressed his total support to the legal process started by La Paz in the ICJ.
'I do support to what I believe just, Bolivia was born with the sea and it was taken from her due to an unjust war', he asserted in an interview by State network Patria Nueva.
Larrain highlighted the importance of a dialogue between both nations that solves the centennial maritime dispute, because it isa ll about two countries of the same continent: America.
The media campaign promoting the messages '#Mar para Bolivia' and '#El mar nos une' besides taking it to the cable railway, which dressed several of its cabins with those slogans.
The Government of president Evo Morales put Chile in 2013 before the ICJ to pursue a 'sincere dialogue', aimed at solving the centennial demand, after in 1879 that country invaded Bolivian territory and took away 400 kilometers of coast and 120 thousand square meters of territory.
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