Thursday, May 26

Bolivia: the confrontations mark the second day of partial strike of the opposition due to the controversial “mother law”

  • Drafting
  • BBC News World

A protest in La Paz

Image source, Getty Images

Bolivia had on Tuesday a second day of confrontations in the streets due to the strike called by organizations of the opposition to President Luis Arce before the controversial “mother law.”

After the protests ended Monday with more than a one hundred detaineesOn Tuesday, the presence of protesters in the streets of several cities in the country was less.

However, they happened again confrontations in marches and blockades between opponents, sympathizers of the ruling party and the police.

Image source, Getty Images


In the confrontations, firecrackers were thrown.

The organizers of the strike reject the so-called National Strategy Against the Legitimization of Illicit Profits and the Financing of Terrorism, called “mother law”.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.