Police contingent leaves Potosí with alleged orders to arrest citizens

About 300 police officers left the facilities of the Tactical Police Unit (UTOP) in Cochabamba for Potosí on Thursday night.

El Potosí newspaper reported that more police officers from Santa Cruz and La Paz are traveling to Villa Imperial to arrest citizens’ leaders who participated in the November 8th and 9th protests.

“The President of the Potosinista Civic Committee (Comcipo), Juan Carlos Manuel, the Vice-President Nelson Gutiérrez and the secretary for moralization of this organism, Roxana Graz, separately said that they had also received warnings about the departure of the police against the former President of Compipo Marco Antonio Pumari, there are arrest warrants for the current president and for that of the mobilization committee Ramiro Subia, “he told the Potosino newspaper.

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First, the Cochabamba UTOP informed the press teams that the trip was to avoid possible mining conflicts.

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