Bolivia's legislature advocates for peace and dialogue
6 de agosto de 2020, 14:58La Paz, Aug 6 (Prensa Latina) The president of Bolivia's Upper House Eva Copa advocated on Thursday for practicing the culture of peace and dialogue during her speech at the honoring session of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly for the 195th years of the homeland's independence.
Copa, also senator of the Movement Towards Socialism, in her role as the highest authority of the Legislative Body, meant that 'it is time to resume democratic institutionalism with new authorities who take over the reins of the country paving the way to a worthy future.'
She also told her colleagues that 'it is time to hold talks and to listen to each other, we cannot have two Bolivia: Bolivia is a single one.'
The president of the Senate, referring to the Covid-19 pandemic, assured that Bolivia 'is facing one of the most painful and darkest moments in history: our mothers, fathers, siblings, daughters, sons and friends have died and are dying.'
'We live in a critical economic situation due to the pandemic, but there is hope. Bolivia is preparing to start planting and resume the path of welfare because today a people on the streets, women and men in the countryside and in the city are fighting for their rights, for building a better Bolivia,' indicated the legislative authority.
With regard to the defacto government period, Copa stated that 'they have had to stumble upon those of reluctance and the refusals to provide the information by the Executive Body.'
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