Bolivian healthcare workers call general strike in protest against enactment of Health Emergency Law

The union urged the president Luis Arce's government to revoke the Health Emergency Law "because it is unconstitutional."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Bolivian National Health Council (CONASA) announced on Thursday that as of last Friday and until February 28th it will go on a general strike against the enactment of the Health Emergency Law.

In a press conference, the president of the Bolivian Medical Association, Cleto Cáceres, read the union's resolution in which "all medical associations are urged to comply with the general strike as defined until February 28th."

As announced before, the health union pointed out that the pressure measure is the result of "the government's unwillingness to sit down and dialogue with . . .

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