Indigenous protesters arrive in La Paz, Bolivia to demand cancellation of road project

Amazon Indians who walked 600 km over 65 days, to protest the construction of a road through a nature reserve on Wednesday triumphantly entered La Paz to demand the government of President Evo Morales to cancel the project. The column, consisting of nearly two thousand Indians came out in August from the Amazon and in two months amounted to 3,600 meters high of La Paz, was escorted by delegations of workers, students and neighbors in their entry into the city where they were received as heroes, AFP journalists noted. Read Article

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