(CNN Spanish) – The president of the Committee for Santa Cruz, Rómulo Calvo, together with the union and transport sectors, announced this Sunday in front of a massive concentration of citizens that he will not lift the indefinite strike that began on Monday the 8th in Bolivia.
This until the government promulgates the law that repeals rule 1386 of Strategy to Fight Against the Legitimation of Illicit Profits. As well as the rest of the package of initiatives that were questioned by those mobilized. It also requires the replacement of the 2/3 in the Legislative Assembly.
The president of the Pro Santa Cruz Civic Committee also assured that they will remain alert to any other legislative attempt that seeks to violate constitutional guarantees.
Controversy in Bolivia by law 1386
The president of Bolivia, Luis Arce, had already announced this Saturday the sending to the Legislative Assembly of the draft for the repeal of Law 1386.
Earlier, Arce asked the social organizations and the people to maintain the mobilization to defend work and democracy in Bolivia. This in the face of opposition actions that, he says, seek to destabilize his government.
This was said at a ceremony in the town of Peñas, in the department of La Paz, in a tribute to the indigenous leader Túpac Katari.
For his part, the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Freddy Mamani, confirmed that the legislative session to repeal Law 1386 will be this Monday.