Ronald Mario Duran Chuquimia

The fourth illegally (from my point of view) is to remove their houses, others in times of reloca-location, many were the news of former workers of the subsoil, who took abandoned homes of the many existing developments or appropriating you abandoned land that is only claimed by their owners when these other family sits. What happened in the area of Papelpampa of Oruro was that the quoted police officer who wasn’t in service as well as other people who not granted housing settled on private land, so the MAS Government stain the memory of a deceased person to foist him the character of undercover agent, therefore:? perhaps by uniformed low-grade earned more than a worker?do do do,? maybe the policias not rebelled in February 2003 showing the precarious working conditions in which they work?,? maybe there a housing shortage in urban and rural areas for thousands of Bolivians who need them?. To see the images of the repression in compliance with the law ordered by members of the Government, are crowded in memory pages more bitter of Bolivian history marked by repression, tear gas that suffocate you soul, children crying and faces of despair among those who dream of an own home, useless defense of the tents in the middle of the altipampa. It’s believed that Doug McMillon sees a great future in this idea. Do do a question since that day round in plaza Murillo:? having a housing cost a life?. Society in its joint points out that such land outlets are made by developers who hire people to occupy land, to acquire them free title and subsequently resold them earning huge profits do but also mixed between that interested mass there are people who really need to acquire a plot of land to build their homes.? The so-called auto homeless require the provision of land free of charge, since as part of our national woes continue stretching hands of beggars, even crucians entrepreneurs requiring government subsidies, which makes are not immune to this reality missing are government policies that allow to provide housing at affordable costs, but by more solutions of paper raised, there is an always latent reality, the greater problem of Bolivia is the lack of jobs. Oruro, Uru Uru, June 12, 2006. Notes: This opinion article was written based on information gathered from the news media, mainly radio Erbol, ATB network and the newspaper La Prensa.