Conade asks for police protection for the town hall in Cochabamba

The Cochabamba Committee for the Defense of Democracy (Conade) asked the police this Friday to ensure the security of the council convened this afternoon and to provide police protection.

Lizeth Beramendi, chairwoman of Conade, said that the police must guarantee the safety of citizens and their right to protest.

The council will convene at 5 p.m. in the Plaza de las Banderas.

The mobilization calls for the release of political prisoners, a new electoral roll and an end to the persecution of opponents.

The council will also support ex-citizen Marco Pumari from Potosí, who was arrested last week during a controversial police operation.

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Conade convened councils in various regions of the country this Friday, including La Paz, Chuquisaca, Potosí and Oruro.

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