The provinces lift unemployment and recover their normality

The provinces lift unemployment and recover their normality

November 26, 2022, 21:09 PM

November 26, 2022, 21:09 PM

Juan Pablo Cahuana, Desther Agreda, Camilo Urquizu

After the notice of the Civic Committee on the suspension of the strike, the provinces of Santa Cruz seek to return to normality.

In San Ignacio de Velasco, for example, not even motorcycle taxis circulated and the service station was closed and the population he had decided to toughen the pressure measures, not allowing buses with passengers to pass; but, minutes after the message, they decided to abide by the suspension and the buses returned They circulate as before, while the markets reopened and served the public.

In Pailón, meanwhile, the Women’s Civic Committee reported: “we withdrew from our vigil points”. Although not everyone agreed and showed their discontent, the truth is that, by the early hours of the afternoon, they had lifted the blockades and many people and commercial activities returned to their tasks, such as the line of truffles “El Pailón”, which was the first to resume its service to Santa Cruz.

In Puerto Pailas, which belongs to the municipality of Cotoca, the deputy mayor Rudy Callaú, warned that all blockade points in that municipality were suspended, which soon returned to normal.

In Ascensión de Guarayos, which has suffered a water crisis for 15 days, it was difficult for them to accept the suspension of the strike. Around 8:00 p.m. this Saturday, they finally reluctantly picked it up.

We are not so satisfied with the agreements, but we are only a Province“, said Salvador Vaca, president of the Civic Committee, after 6:00 p.m., when the blockade was lifted. He also had to justify the decision to his people, because route No. 9 that crosses his municipality is a trunk for the Department.

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