Supported by North American imperialism Luxembourg Email List and the governments of Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil and Mauricio Marci of Argentina, which not only carried out the massacres of Sen kata and Sacbe with more than forty dead, but they persecuted and detained social and Luxembourg Email List political leaders, carried out acts of corruption with the fraudulent purchase of respirators and drugs and carried out neoliberal measures in favor of landowners, bankers and large merchants. All this panorama is revealed by the educator and sociologist Eduardo Paz Rada, who Luxembourg Email List also points out that the same leaders who carried out the coup d’état (such as Carlos Mesa, Fernando Camacho or Jorge Quiroga.
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The opposition media Luxembourg Email List such as UNITEL, Red UNO , CNN, El Deber or Patina Siete or the hierarchy of Bishops of the Catholic Church) are once again developing a destabilization campaign led by the Civic Committee of Santa Cruz that represents the oligarchy of eastern Bolivia and receives the support of the conspiratorial structure headed by Sánchez Berzaín from Miami and the paramilitary groups of the Cochala Youth and the Cruceñista Luxembourg Email List Youth Union. In turn, the writer Oscar Rojas Thiele points out that there is no doubt that a powerful minority establishes a dictatorship in various areas of politics in Bolivia. Until about 16 years ago and for several Luxembourg Email List decades, this group used to exercise power through military coups,
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conservative parties and dependent Luxembourg Email List and privatized administrative models, which left the State in ruins. For this sector, the watchword and strategy is to terrorize and not let the government rule. On the other hand, since last November, the Bolivian journalist and psychologist Verónica Zapata reported that on the first anniversary of the government of Luis Arce and David Choquehuanca, the Civic Luxembourg Email List Committee pro Santa Cruz, led by the far-right Rómulo Calvo (ally of the coup leader Fernando Camacho) began an indefinite strike with roadblocks. The excuse for the strike lies in the rejection of a package of measures, mainly Law 1386 on the Legitimation of Luxembourg Email List illicit profits and financing of terrorism.