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TVT will interview Bolivian President Luis Arce next Thursday

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São Paulo – The president of Bolivia, Luis Arce, will be interviewed live, next Thursday (25), at 8:00 pm, by TVT. Elected president at the end of 2020, the former Minister of Economy of the government of former President Evo Morales, will be interviewed by a panel of international journalists and academics.

Arce’s election marked the return to power of the Movement for Socialism (MAS), after the coup of November 2019, which lifted Morales out of the presidential seat. “It is not hate that drives our actions, but a passion for justice. Bolivia has regained democracy and hope, and we will govern for all Bolivians and build a government of unity in our country, ”said the elected president, in his possession.

Arce will speak to Brazil at the invitation of the national president of CUT, Sérgio Nobre, who was received by the government official in La Paz, in December last year. “We invite, Arce accepted and now he will speak to the Brazilians, because we see this Bolivia that won the coup as an example and inspiration to be followed by Brazil and by all nations and peoples that are under the yoke of authoritarian rulers like Bolsonaro”, said the leader Brazilian trade union.

The MAS candidate was elected in the first round, with 52% of the vote, less than a year after the coup of the Bolivian extreme right. According to Sérgio Nobre, the interview with Luis Arce, TVT, will address economic issues and what was behind the 2019 coup and previous instabilities. “We are going to interview a man who governs a people who, as he said, recovered democracy and hope, despite external pressure, something very important for us Brazilians, because next year we will elect a new president.”

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Argentina extends border closure with Brazil

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Opera Mundi – Argentina decided on Sunday (28) to extend the deadline for closing air and land borders with Brazil until March 12, extending the previous decree that determined that they should reopen as of this Monday (1st) ).

Argentine health authorities considered it necessary to maintain the blockade at the borders and a 50% reduction in flights between the two countries.

The country is also closed to foreigners from other neighboring countries and the United Kingdom. Only Argentineans or residents can enter.

According to the Minister of Health, Carla Vizzotti, the measure is taken “in a preventive manner until knowledge about the new Brazilian variant of the virus deepens”.

Brazil has been experiencing the worst moment of the covid-19 pandemic in recent weeks. The moving average of deaths in the last seven days broke a new record and reached 1,180. With 50,840 new diagnoses registered in one day, the number of cases in the country is already over 10.5 million.

Vaccination in Argentina

While seeing its neighbor in the worst scenario of the pandemic, Argentina is advancing in vaccination against covid-19. There are already more than 903 thousand doses applied.

This week, the Argentine laboratory Richmond announced a partnership with the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) to start producing the Sputnik V vaccine nationwide.

On the night of last Friday (26), Argentina received 96 thousand doses of the Sinopharm vaccine against covid-19. According to the Minister of Health, these doses have already started to be distributed on Saturday.

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