Bolivia: Organized Crime on the Border

By Dialogo
October 01, 2012


Eight in 10 narcotics investigations begin with reports from citizen
informants.
Source: José Luis Bravo, Santa Cruz, Bolivia anti-drug prosecutor,
http://eju.tv
Today it is imperative to intensify information about the Southern Cone, terrorism and drug trafficking are subtly setting up with the approval of governments deep into defunct socialism, called 20th Century, which will affect the region in time. Futhermore, with the recent elections in Argentina, an armed conflict could be unleashed in the northern part of the country, leading to the intensification of illegal activities. Latin America deserves more attention, above all to proceed tightly in countries vulnerable to human rights violations. Keep your information coming and congratulations to the "Diálogo" magazine.
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