Police remains mutinied in Bolivia demanding levelling up their wages to the same amount military officers currently earn. Public figures showed a difference of up to 40% in these two wages.
A new round of negotiations is under-way while Bolivia's cities remain without guard or police assistance for the seventh day.
The government insist that behind the protest is a "right-wing" coup plan. Independent and citizen media reject such allegation.
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