Bolivian bishops say government, society must act against drug traffic
CWN - April 19, 2011
The Catholic bishops of Bolivia have criticized the country’s government for its failure to curb drug trafficking, but said that all sectors of society must be involved in the effort. Responding to initial reactions, the bishops' conference emphasized that the statement was not intended as a partisan political stand, and the government is only one of the institutions that must do more.
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