The Central Obrera Boliviana (COB) and Unity Pact, organizations linked to the Movement to Socialism (MAS) of former President Evo Morales, have proposed lifting the roadblocks when the October 11 elections take place, according to the newspaper. ‘ Mandatory’.
At a press conference, COB Executive Secretary Juan Carlos Huarachi said he was ready to speak: “We will solve the problems in the country once and for all”. With this in mind, he asked the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE) to take an “open” position.
“We sat down and as soon as there is a solution, they immediately lift the blockades. It is October 11, the last date,” emphasized the chairman. However, interim president Jeanine Áñez has insisted that the elections take place on October 18, a date that has been postponed twice due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“The way of the dialogue is the right one. There are elections on October 18th. There are no reasons for the blockade. The MAS must lift the blockade and give way to the oxygen. Unity against the blockade and unity for democracy,” said Áñez in her Account on Twitter.