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Bolivia's indigenous people ask UN to mediate with gov't so they listen to their demands

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Santa Cruz, Oct 14 (EFE).- The indigenous people of the Amazon and eastern Bolivia who marched for more than a month to the Bolivian city of Santa Cruz on asked two United Nations delegates Thursday to help them set up a meeting with representatives of the four powers of the State.The demand was raised during a meeting with the head of the Technical Mission of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Antonio Menéndez De Zubillaga, and the Human Rights officer María Gomes Werneck. (Camera: JUAN PABLO ROCA).SHOT LIST: THE MEETING BETWEEN INDIGENOUS PEOPLE AND THE UNITED NATIONS DELEGATES IN SANTA CRUZ, BOLIVIA.

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