After government intervention, Bolivian airports operate normally during labor dispute

The workers of the dissolved Administration of Airports and Auxiliary Services to Air Navigation (AASANA) determined this Wednesday to radicalize their pressure and now demand the resignation of the Minister of Public Works, Edgar Montaño.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Bolivian government placed this Wednesday (1) the country's airports under the control of the police and the military to guarantee their operations and eliminated the state-owned airport administrator and its union in the face of the threat of a strike by the sector's workers.

The commander of the Bolivian Police, Jhonny Aguilera, confirmed this Wednesday that police contingents were deployed to different airports nationwide to guard the facilities and guarantee that flights are carried out.

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