The Bolivian government has announced that it will file a complaint against the Executive Secretary of the Central Obrera Boliviana (COB), Juan Carlos Huarachi, and the leader of the Cochabamba coca breeders, Leonardo Loza, regarding the postponement of the blockades launched as part of the protests general elections registered in the country as of this Monday.
This was transferred by Director of Social Movement Coordination, Rafael Quispe, who stated that this Wednesday’s complaint to the Oruro and Cochabamba prosecutors for the crimes of “public incitement to commit a crime, the public apology for crime, the criminal association and the crime “is filed against public health. “
In this sense, Quispe denounced that the blockades installed as part of the protests, more than 30 across the country, “did not allow ambulances to pass, vehicles were destroyed, oxygen and food were not allowed to pass,” the newspaper reported. ‘Mandatory’.
This complaint is not new, as deputy minister of the interior and police regime, Javier Issa, already announced on Monday that this maneuver would damage the arrival of oxygen, which is required to treat coronavirus patients.