Anti-government protests return to the streets in Bolivia

The protests demanded the end of what they consider "political persecution" against ex-military chiefs and opposition leaders.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A number of civil organizations and opposition political parties in Bolivia on Thursday protested in several of the country's cities to oppose the dismissal of the court case declaring that no fraud was committed in the October 2019 elections won by ex-president Evo Morales.

In La Paz, the rally will convene outside the headquarters of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly's new building, but there will also be demonstrations in Cochabamba, Sucre, Potosí, Tarija, Oruro and Santa Cruz de la Sierra, according to local media.

"The people in general are summoned by activists, platforms that . . .

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