Bolivia: Open letter from Amnesty International to the candidates to the Presidency of Bolivia
In this open letter Amnesty International address candidates to the presidency of Bolivia in order to present its concerns regarding the situation of human rights in the country. The organization is also using this opportunity to urge the candidates to consider taking effective steps to promote and protect those rights.
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