Indigenous groups from Bolivia continue protest of route being built through the Amazon

Posted on September 14, 2011 • Filed under: Agriculture, Bolivia, Brazil, Latin America Indigenous Issues

Indians oppose the construction of a route segment that the Bolivian government funded building projects in Brazil. Aparentemente, la carretera partirá en dos el Parque Nacional Isiboro Sécure (TIPNIS), que ocupa un millón de hectáreas ricas en flora y fauna y habitadas por varias etnias amazónicas. Apparently, the road split in two Isiboro Secure National Park (TIPNIS), which covers one million hectares rich in flora and fauna, and inhabited by various ethnic groups in the Amazon. Read Article

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