Agreement reached in Bolivia police crisis

Agreement reached in Bolivia police crisis

Santa Cruz : Bolivia | Jun 28, 2012 at 12:51 PM PDT
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He Bolivian govt and mutinous cops obtained an contract Weekend day that will come coming back the experts to job, the state-run ABI information organization revealed. Bottom-rank experts obtained the pay increases they recommended, the organization revealed. The experts started to mutiny seven times ago. A online for the cops, Esther Corson, said that the contract was obtained with the Bolivian people in ideas because "it was time" to recover cops alternatives to the team. All of the experts will come coming back to their techniques and their cops responsibilities, Corson said. A deal had initially been obtained on Few times between the two actions, but the cops dropped it, saying their commanders had not described them before identifying upon. While govt associates described with the experts, other Bolivian commanders charged the cops of a conspiracy idea concept idea and mentioned of concerns of a hen house.

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Agreement reached in Bolivia police crisis
The Bolivian government and mutinous police reached an agreement Wednesday morning that will return the officers to duty, the state-run ABI news agency reported.
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