Bolivia: Morales pressures government through social organizations

The protest, which is allegedly opposed to vaccination, is regrettably nothing more than an internal struggle for power.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Following continued pressure measures by the so-called anti-vaccine sectors, even after the central government backed down on the vaccination card requirement, dissidents of the Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS) and opposition officials say that ex-president Evo Morales has taken on the task of forcing potential changes in the cabinet using social organizations.

In recent hours, representatives of the mobilized groups have maintained pressure measures in several parts of the country, actions that occasionally turned violent against the police and press workers. Representatives in the city of El Alto openly announced that they are demanding . . .

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