Bolivia ruling party filled streets of its main cities criticizing the opposition

The Bolivian government on Tuesday gave a strong demonstration of its mobilization power.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Massive rallies were held in the country's main cities in defense of the Wiphala and in rejection of the civic strike organized on Monday by the opposition, which president Luis Arce specifically targeted by warning "the murderous right-wing coup plotters" that should they be unwilling to respect the message of the ballot box, "then the people will make themselves respected in the streets."

"Our people will enforce respect for their vote in the streets. If they are unwilling to respect the ballot boxes, we will make ourselves respected in the streets," Arce stated, lamenting . . .

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