Santa Cruz: Rain mitigates the force of the blockades on the eighth day of the strike

The intense rain of the last few hours calmed the force of the open-ended strike in Santa Cruz, which is celebrating its eighth day of mobilization in a row today.

According to the El Deber newspaper from Santa Cruz, you can recognize the blocking points on tires, stones and wood on the road, although these do not prevent the passage of the few vehicles that circulate through the capital Santa Cruz.

Irregular activity with few open positions is also observed in public markets, although it has been found that they are only allowed to be serviced on Tuesdays and Fridays, the report said.

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Yesterday the Council of Cristo Redentor decided to continue the strike indefinitely until the repeal of Law 1386 on the Strategy to Combat Legitimation of Illegal Profits is consolidated, in addition to the so-called “legislative package” proposed by the MAS and the replacement of the 2nd / 3 in the ordinances of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly (ALP).

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