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The Bolivian government regrets the lack of dialogue with the MAS, but accuses it of politicizing the blockades

The Bolivian government regretted the absence of some political organizations such as the Movement for Socialism (MAS) of former President Evo Morales at the dialogue table that Interim President Jeanine Áñez had convened for this Sunday to resolve the numerous crises in the country.

However, the government criticized the roadblocks imposed by the MAS unions to demonstrate political character and asked them to reveal their “real intentions”.

“We regret the absence of representatives of some political parties and appreciate the participation of the Catholic Church and international organizations that play a role in observation and mediation,” said the Minister of the Presidency, Yerko Núñez, in statements to the Bolivian Agency of Information ( ABI).

The Bolivian government regrets the lack of dialogue with the MAS, but accuses it of politicizing the blockades
The Bolivian government regrets the lack of dialogue with the MAS, but accuses it of politicizing the blockades

“The break in the dialogue (with the legislature) shows that the purpose of the mobilizations was different and not to define the date of the elections,” he added.

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