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Protesters state transmitters occupy

In the dispute over the result of the presidential election in Bolivia have occupied protesters in the Central of the two state channels. The station Bolivia TV, and Radio Patria Nueva were charged on Saturday (local time).

This said the Radio Patria Nueva-chief Ivan Maldonado to the AFP news Agency on Saturday: "We are violently chased away and been threatened", said Maldonado. The employees had been asked to go from their workplaces, it said. Dozens of employees left the building in La Paz, under the Call of hundreds of protesters.

police against the President

On Friday, put themselves in at least three cities police officers on the side of the protesters. In the capital, La Paz, dozens of police in a Demonstration joined on Friday (local time).

they chanted also slogans against Morales, as an AFP journalist observed. The television also showed images of security forces, the shaking protesters hands.

Firstly, changed to police officers in Cochabamba the pages. "We have mutinied," said a masked policeman in front of the headquarters of the riot police in the Central Bolivian city. "We will be on the side of the people, not the generals," added one of his - also a colleague hooded -.

In Bolivia, there is since weeks a huge protests against the official result of the presidential election, which incumbent Evo Morales wore just short of the victory. The Opposition suspected electoral fraud. (roy/sda)

Created: 10.11.2019, 03:13 PM

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