Friday, February 11, 2011

Protest march makes run away Evo Morales from Oruro

PROTEST MARCH • The former leader of the Central Obrera Boliviana (COB) organized a protest march through civic celebration. Evo Morales runs away from Oruro.


Workers marching through the streets of Oruro. Photo © LA PRENSA

ORURO, Bolivia .— With whistles, shouts and dynamite a protest march for the lack of food and shortage of sugar, called by the leader of the Central Obrera Departamental (COD) of Oruro, Jaime Solares, interrupted the visit of President Evo Morales, who left quickly to La Paz along with his closest collaborators.

Morales headed the civic parade on the balcony of Governor House at the 10 de Febrero square, but the protest march of workers mingled with the parade.

Solares said the best tribute to Oruro and his hero Sebastian Pagador, who fought against the colonial Spanish rule, is to fight like he did.

"Today we struggle against imperialism and against a government that lies to the people."
He said that workers want a life with dignity and not with hunger and misery.
"Evo’s change process is becoming a process of hunger, poverty and unemployment."

Source: LA PRENSA®

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