According to Senator Felix Rojas, head of the bench of the governing Movement to Socialism (MAS), the initiative responds to the democratic essence of a parliament seeking to get closer to the people.
We must not fear either debates outside those thick walls or face-to-face meetings with Bolivians, Rojas told Prensa Latina in reference to criticisms from parliamentarians from the opposition Social Democratic Power (PODEMOS).
Asked about a march by social organizations, which departed at dawn from the town of Ventilla, less than
For his part, Antonio Franco, of PODEMOS, said his party would weigh if its representatives in Parliament will join the street debates, which are unconstitutional.
However, National Unity (UN) Deputy Guillermo Mendoza said Congress must welcome the thousands of marchers with the law to call a constitutional referendum, as a response to the demand from social movements.
I wish congresspeople reached an agreement before this march of the Bolivian people arrives in