The Government asked Bolivian banks to repatriate capital from abroad to sort out an apparent minor liquidity problem in the financial sector. According to the Economy Minister, Luis Arce, Bolivian banks have a lot of dollars on foreign accounts, but they are not bringing back this capital. He added that the Government already asked them to repatriate this money.
With a call to preserve democracy and peace, the Interamerican Human Rights Court (CIDH) began in Sucre, Bolivia, its 171 term session. This is the first time that the organisation meets in Bolivia. The magistrates will review 25 civil organisation demands from 14 countries. The sessions will not include demands from the host country. However, they will listen without opinion the claims from Bolivian civil organisations thad demand the Government to comply with the results of the referendum of 21 February 2016 (21F), when 51% of voters denied President Evo Morales the possibility of rerunning this year for a fourth consecutive term.