Bolivian military says it won't 'confront' the people as pressure on Morales builds

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Term limits in their Constitution are needed.

Happy to hear the military is not going to be involved. Military is for use against external attackers, not anyone living inside the country. The politicians need to find a solution.

Happy that some police are with the people. Don't know what their oath is, but "to protect and serve the people" is common.

Do police often promise to do whatever a national leader asks? Don't police report to the Mayor of the city where they work, not the President?

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