By Carlos Sánchez Berzain*
(Opinion) Santa Cruz de la Sierra is the most populous city, the main and the most developed in Bolivia.
It is the Capital of Santa Cruz, the Department with the highest gross regional product in the country, and is the most important center for the defense of freedom, national unity, and the Bolivian Nation.
This city of 2 million inhabitants is today the victim of a physical and economic blockade by the government of 21st-century socialism or Castrochavism, which executes open aggression violating human rights and committing state terrorism.
It is urgent that the . . .