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17 de Diciembre de 2007

Cuatro de las regiones más ricas de Bolivia declaran su autonomía para protestar contra la nueva constitución


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El presidente boliviano Evo Morales recibió oficialmente el sábado una copia del borrador de la nueva constitución del país mientras decenas de miles de partidarios suyos marchaban por las calles de la capital La Paz. Pero cuatro de las regiones más ricas de Bolivia han declarado su autonomía a modo de protesta contra el proyecto. Hablamos con Jim Schultz, del Centro para la Democracia (Democracy Center) de Cochabamba.

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