RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Pressure on the interim government in Bolivia is growing. Despite the military-controlled curfew, protests against the government's measures in the fight against Covid-19 and the associated restrictions on freedom of speech and movement are increasing in the country. Leading members of the interim government blame ex-president Evo Morales, who is in exile in Argentina, and the Movement for Socialism (MAS) for the protests.
Since May 10th, protesters in K'ara K'ara in the south of the country's fourth largest city Cochabamba have been blocking an access road to a landfill . . .