RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "These threats to destabilize the country or to damage Bolivia's economy will undoubtedly be considered by the Bolivian people at the appropriate time when they will have to express their opinion on the behavior of the government's opposition," said Bolivia's presidential spokesman Jorge Richter.
Richter added that the government is committed to dialogue and that the measures exerting pressure interfere in "the economic reactivation, the reconstruction of the country's productive sectors, which is why these mobilizations or strikes are nothing more than political," he said.
Minister of the Presidency María Nela . . .