Bolivian government minister Arturo Murillo said Tuesday that “placing a bullet would be the politically correct thing” to end the protests and mobilizations that have blocked some of the access roads to different parts of the country in recent days, such as protesting the postponement the parliamentary elections.
“It’s not just going out and firing a bullet that would be politically correct, but it’s not what we should be doing at this point,” Murillo said during an interview with CNN when the journalist assured him that Bolivia was a war crime suffer. “.
Although Murillo has stated that dialogue is the first way to resolve the situation, he has not ruled out “acting the hardest possible way with the law and the constitution in front of you” if none “in the next few hours” Agreement is reached. .
“We are trying to avoid civil war in this country,” although “we have counted the hours for it,” said Murillo.