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Indigenous group arrives at largest Bolivian city to request talk with gov't after 37 days of marching

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La Paz, Sep 30 (EFE).- The march of indigenous Bolivians from the lowlands arrived in Santa Cruz, the largest city in Bolivia, on Thursday with the aim of establishing a dialogue at the highest level with the Government of the country to raise demands that revolve around respect for their territories and culture.The march arrived in the city of Santa Cruz amid the affectionate reception of many citizens after traveling about 500 kilometers for 37 days from Trinidad, in the Department of Beni. (Camera: JUAN PABLO ROCA).SHOT LIST: INDIGENOUS PEOPLE MARCH TO DEMAND RESPECT OF THEIR RIGHTS AS THEY ARRIVE IN SANTA CRUZ, BOLIVIA.

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