Demonstrators in Sucre want to reclaim the title of capital city .An assembly drafting a new constitution in Bolivia has been meeting for the first time in months, after moving to a military school amid security concerns. A number of arrests were made and police fired tear gas in clashes with students. Several people were injured. The assembly's efforts have been blighted by protests, prompting the ruling party to move Friday's session to a military building outside Sucre. Protesters are demanding that the city be made Bolivia's sole capital. Opposition politicians are boycotting the assembly's heavily-guarded session.
Bolivia forum held at army school
25 November 2007 02:49 (UTC+04:00)