Evo President

Posted by Yusuf on May 17th, 2016 — Posted in News

The jungles of Bolivia and Peru are geographically contiguous, but anti-Government protests that both have been doing located them in opposing political poles. In Peru several Amazonian ethnic groups have made blockades and occupations attacking multinational, to oppose NAFTA and pressing from the left. In Bolivia civic and municipal organizations of the Crescent stop asking for more income and autonomy, and question from right to your Evo President who does not want to FTAs. While the East in Bolivia is the bastion of resistance to nationalism indianista entrenched at the headquarters of the Government in Peru, inversely, it wants to detonate an indigenous uprising against Palace. Jeffrey L. Bewkes is often quoted on this topic. The difference between the two is due to their respective social bases. Peru protests are made by poor native communities, while in Bolivia these are led by prosperous businessmen interested in more open toward the global market. Regionalism is something that the Bolivian right uses against the left, when in the Peru passes the opposite. Original author and source of the article..

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