The Government of Bolivia denounced this Monday that several people implicated in the assassination of the former president of Haiti, Jovenel Moïse, were in La Paz on the eve of the elections of October 2020, to try to attack then-candidate and current president, Luis Arce.Full Story
For weeks now, far right-organizations have been calling for a "Civic Strike" against the Arce administration and its anti-money laundering law.Full Story
Añez regime's top officials and foreign mercenaries plotted to assassinate Luis Arce before he could become the President of the Republic.
The judicial decision will be part of criminal files against coup leader Jeanine Añez on breaches of the Constitution and duties grounds.
This judicial process arose as a result of the actions deployed by the Organization of American States, which argued that Evo Morales had not won the 2019 Presidential elections.
This Andean country will soon receive more vaccines to serve its adolescent population.
Tuesday's demonstrations come as part of the Indigenous Resistance Day, as opposed to the commemoration of the Spanish Conquest.
"The so-called Civic Strike does not exist. There is just a desire to destabilize us," said the Secretary of Cultures of the Bolivian Workers' Central (COB) Gustavo Arce.
Currently, this grupo is integrated by 54 progressive politicians from 16 countries. Among them are Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez and Brazil's ex-President Lula da Silva.
Social organizations will demonstrate in favor of political stability and the right to work.
"Books have changed our lives; they gave us our ideologies. Reading must be part of the construction of a new society," said Arce