Bolivia leftists mobilize in defense of patriotic symbol Wiphala and against alleged coup attempts

This Tuesday's Movimiento al Socialismo party (MAS) mobilizations, the so-called Wiphalazo in homage to the insignia of the native peoples, have been called in rejection of a march and a national strike by organizations against the national government.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In light of the attempts of right-wing sectors to destabilize the country, thousands of Bolivians will gather in different parts of the nation for the "Wiphalazo," an event organized to honor the patriotic symbol recognized by the Constitution.

These mobilizations, planned by social organizations and named as the "Great Wiphalazo," will extend to the country's 9 departments and its goal is to reclaim the unity and cultural identity of the people.

Chamber of Deputies president Freddy Mamani described the demonstration in defense of the Wiphala as a meeting for the unity of the homeland . . .

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