According to the news agency Télam, the demonstrators will go to the Government House to demand the fulfillment of the agreements reached in the special commissions set up to analyze issues such as payments and the labor situation.
In addition to the reopening of dialogue, the demonstrators will advocate for the end of the persecution of professionals from the sector who participate in protests against Morales.
Last month, forces under the governor’s command assaulted and detained those who opposed a reform of the local constitution.
Among the aspects that generated the most discontent is Article 67, which establishes that, in order to guarantee the right to social peace, street and roadblocks are prohibited, as well as any demonstration that might be considered violent, which is determined by the police.
On the other hand, Articles 94 and 95 provide for control over land and water, which affects the native communities, who were not heard by those who drafted the text.