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Santa Cruz, Bolivia’s economic engine, leads the strike against government measures

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Bolivian region of Santa Cruz, the most populous and the productive engine of the country and bastion of the opposition, leads the strike that has been carried out for five days by transporters, merchants, civic and opposition sectors, a measure that the government claims is a new attempt at a "coup d'état".

The main slogan is to get the ruling Movement Towards Socialism (MAS) of President Luis Arce to annul the National Strategy Law against the Legitimization of Illicit Gains and the Financing of Terrorism, which they consider to be an attack on citizens . . .

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