UN Poll in Bolivia: Opposition Must Negotiate

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La Paz, Feb 7 (Prensa Latina) A poll of the United Nations Organization revealed that four out of five Bolivian citizens have the opinion that the local opposition should negotiate with the government in the frame of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly. The study, published by local newspaper Cambio Sunday, was made in the capitals of the 9 Bolivian departments, as part of the campaign Convivir, Sembrar Paz in this South American country.

According to that report, the population keeps showing a high predisposition to the dialogue and search for agreement spaces.

The poll also said 60 percent says that, after the December 6 elections the Bolivian government should talk to the opposition on the important changes in the country.

The document said this is a trend getting stronger since the end of 2008.

The press note said that the UN added that the results of the poll clearly show the December elections consolidated an important certainty for most of the Bolivian population.

Two thirds of the questioned population say they feel hope more than concern after December 6, and because of what might happen this year.

The poll also said these optimistic perceptions are mostly in the east, west and south of Bolivia.

Source: Prensa Latina

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