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Bolivia: Consultation on Hold as TIPNIS Communities Reject Militarization

[…] the consultation process on the Bolivian government’s proposed highway through the Isiboro-Sécure Indigenous Territory and National Park (TIPNIS) has ground to a halt.

Emily Achtenberg from NACLA blog Rebel Currents reports.

Indigenous communities reject the ecological battalion that the Army has placed in the heart of the TIPNIS and report militarization of the territory. Further analysis can be read on Emily's post.

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