Fr Bolivian President condemns criminal acts against coca workers
La Paz, Apr 18 (Prensa Latina) Former Bolivian President Evo Morales denounced on Saturday the closure of banks in the Tropic of Cochabamba by the de facto government so that coca workers do not receive bonuses in the midst of the pandemic.
The police entered the Tropic, closed the banks so that the bonds could not be collected and banned the sale of fuel to prevent my brothers from continuing to distribute fruit free of charge to the poorest. It is a criminal act that attempts against life', emphasized the indigenous leader in his Twitter account from Argentina where he is under refugee status.
On Friday, residents of the Cochabamba Tropics area in central Bolivia rejected the surprise entry of 85 police officers without prior coordination and in total violation of
This put the entire population at risk, and so far they have managed to maintain an epidemiological pause for more than a month without any new cases of coronavirus in this region,' Asterio Romero, the municipal mayor of Villa Tunari, told Radio Kawsachun Coca.
In Bolivia, according to the latest figures from the de facto government, there are 493 positive cases of Covid-19 and 31 confirmed deaths.
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