New governors of Cochabamba and Beni departments, agreed to reopen discussions with the people of Isiboro Secure Indigenous Territory and National Park (TIPNIS) to build road.
Stumbling as propaganda and repression against leaders and indigenous from Tipnis should take Evo to rethink the construction of the road.
Interests of coca producer government threatens the protected area
President Morales, in a meeting with journalists in his day, insisted that route through the reserve and undermine the legitimacy of the indigenous march.
Just when everything seemed to be resolved Evo Morales counter attacks by constructing a highway in the middle of the National Park.
Indigenous Territory leaders Isiboro Sécure summoned Bolivians to join the IX Indigenous March to demand respect for the rights of indigenous peoples.
Morales raised on a proposal for reform of the law passed, declare as intangible area the indigenous territory.
Bolivian police have broken up a long-distance march by indigenous protesters who oppose plans to build a road through a rainforest reserve.