Federated traffic gives until Tuesday to file anti-legitimation law and warns with strike

The Cochabamba Transport Association and the Cochabamba Radio Mobile Association (Aramco) gave the government until Tuesday to file the anti-legitimation bill and announced that they will hold a strike on Wednesday if their request is not heard.

“Allow the board of the national Senate until Tuesday to table this bill against the legitimation of illegal profits and declare a mobilized strike for Wednesday,” said Jose Orellana, leader of the Cochabamba federated transport, at a press conference.

The guide pointed out that the law has not been consulted or socialized in any sector and that it endangers citizens’ rights.

Transportation is the eighth sector to speak out against the law, after unions, heavy haulage, cooperatives, Conade, Citizens’ Committees, El Alto Transport, La Paz Meat Traders Association and others.

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