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Supply centers work normally and there are no crowds one day after the strike

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Supply centers work normally and there are no crowds one day after the strike

December 29, 2022, 18:40 PM

December 29, 2022, 18:40 PM

One day after the 24-hour civic strike determined this Thursday by the Assembly of La Cruceñidad, the different supply centers of the capital of Santa Cruz They work normally and there have been no crowds or tensions.

EL DEBER toured some markets where he verified a normal flow of customers as well as the usual attention of merchants. In consultation with some vendors, they assure that an important part of the population would have already supplied meat, chicken or pork for the holidays at the end of the year.

The representative of the unions in Santa Cruz, Édgar Álvarez, reported that a large number of citizens were registered in the markets during the morning. ANDThe number dropped in the course of the afternoon.

He also expressed his concern for the situation that the country is going through Y for the different proposals that have been debated as an indefinite strike that could take place in the Santa Cruz department in rejection of the apprehension of the Santa Cruz governor.

He pointed out that the industry will abide by the measure adopted by the Assembly of La Cruceñidad and that he hopes that the political conflict will not break out in the country.

“Let’s hope that an extreme measure is not reached and that the governor is granted his freedom,” he told EL DEBER in telephone contact.

Citizens in search of meat, pork and chicken for the end of the year parties. Photo: Jorge Gutierrez.

Less queues at the pumps

On a tour of the second and third rings, it was observed fewer vehicles waiting to load fuel at the pumps.

The scenario was different from what happened yesterday. The drivers flocked to the service stations, after the apprehension of the first departmental authority was known. The massive influx of motorized people caused chaos in the vicinity of the pumps.

Faced with this situation, from Yacimientos Petrolíferos Fiscales Bolivianos (YPFB) guaranteed fuel supply in Santa Cruz and the country.

“The state oil company asks the population not to panic making unnecessary lines at service stations to avoid speculation, because they have sufficient balances of Diesel Oil and Special Gasoline,” the statement said.

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