are free now seventy Argentine tourists who were stranded in Potosi , by the indefinite strike in various sectors workers of Bolivia, especially the mining sector.
they finished crossing the eighth checkpoint after nearly a week of waiting, and already heading are to Argentina.
the efforts of the Provincial Government next to the dialogue established Francisco Tamarit , the rector of University of Córdoba (UNC), with his counterpart at the University of Potosi were paramount to achieve leaving the country Argentines, including four Cordovan families.
At the request of the Minister of Communication and Development Estratéfico Cordoba Jorge Lawson Tamarit had started a few hours ago with his counterpart from the Autonomous University Tomas Frias a mediation process to try find a solution to the problem.
the strike of the Bolivian workers who already has spent more than 10 days had isolated the department due to the blockades on the roads, prohibiting the entry or exit of any person.
Argentine tourists trapped by the conflict lived a desperate situation.
protesters demanding compliance with 26 points including hydroelectric plants, hospitals, an international bridge in Villazon, roads, an airport and several factories in addition to improvements in energy, mining, health and education.