Democracy, justice and freedom will be the main themes of the National Cabildo

Democracy, justice and freedom will be the main themes of the National Cabildo

January 20, 2023, 23:25 PM

January 20, 2023, 23:25 PM

The second vice president of the Pro Santa Cruz Committee, Stello Cochamanidis, stated that the national meeting, which will take place on Friday, January 25, will address three main topics, among the ones who the questions will be made known to the public, to take new measures.

He pointed out that the civic president, Rómulo Calvo, is the one who is heading the commission and analyzing the issues from Santa Cruz. Will be addressed: the lack of democracy, freedom and justice.

“There will be a national line, we are coordinating, not only at the departmental level, but at the national level so that this council is multitudinous in all places and has the representation of Bolivians,” said Cochamanidis.

He said that the arrest of Governor Luis Fernando Camacho as one of the more than “200 political prisoners” It will be a central theme in all departments.

Transportation proposes indefinite strike

Juan Yujra, representative of heavy transport in Santa Cruz, affirmed that one of the proposals that will be brought before the council at the feet of Christ the Redeemer, will be to comply an indefinite strikeso that the demands of citizens are heard by the Government.

“In view of the fact that the government, instead of appeasing us, is confronting us among Bolivians, it continues to seek hatred mainly in Santa Cruz, arresting those who think differently (…) We know that we are going to lose, but in this way it has to listen to the government,” he said. Yujra in contact with THE DUTY.

He was of the opinion that, after the arrest of the highest authority of the department, Luis Fernando Camacho, all citizens are defenseless and that they could be imprisoned just for thinking differently.

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