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Brutal Repression by Evo Morales Against Bolivian General Strike


Brutal Repression by Evo Morales Against Bolivian General Strike: The country is Bolivia and the government that of President Evo Morales and Vice President �lvaro Garc�a Linera, leaders of the Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS – Movement Towards Socialism), who claim to be leading a “cultural and democratic revolution.” On May 6, the Central Obrera Boliviana (COB) labor federation launched the most important workers’ mobilization since Morales’ 2005 election as the first indigenous president of South America’s poorest nation. One of the sharpest class conflicts of recent years, the confrontation highlights the stark fact that the “Indianist” capitalist regime is counterposed to the basic needs and hard-won rights of the country’s indigenous worker and peasant majority.

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