Bolivia.- The Government of Bolivia opens a dialogue table on the money laundering law only with related sectors

11-01-2021 The President of Bolivia, Luis Arce SOUTH AMERICA POLICY BOLIVIA INTERNATIONAL LATIN AMERICA WPA POOL (WPA POOL /)

MADRID, 13 (EUROPA PRESS)

The Bolivian Minister of Economy, Marcelo Montenegro, has inaugurated this Saturday the dialogue table on Law 1386 against money laundering without the presence of the sectors in indefinite unemployment, which reject any contact until this law is repealed.

Sectors related to the government party, the Movement for Socialism (MAS), who were congratulated by the minister for their political and union “maturity” do participate in the meeting.

“I congratulate the union leadership that is present here showing the political maturity and also a union one, a maturity of union representation important for the country,” Montenegro pointed out, according to the Bolivian press. “We are a government that is going to govern listening to the people. That is why we are sitting here listening,” he assured.

Rodolfo Mancilla, leader of the Confederación de Gremiales de Bolivia, thanked the invitation to the meeting and stressed that Law 1386 does not affect retail merchants. “We clearly understand that Law 1386 does not affect retailers, but we do have some observations,” he said.

“Law 1386 does not affect privacy, it does not affect rights, it does not affect property, it does not affect people who live honestly,” he added. Instead, he has criticized the conveners for rejecting the dialogue.

The meeting takes place in the city of Cochabamba with the presence of authorities from the Ministry of Economy and Public Finance and other ministries.

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