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Water protests in Pakistan erupt against China's belt and road plan

20.08.2021
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Demonstrations shut down Gwadar, where Chinese are blamed for lack of water and electricity and threat to local fishingProtests have erupted in Pakistan's port city Gwadar against a severe shortage of water and electricity and threats to livelihoods blamed on the Chinese. It is part of a growing backlash against China's multibillion-dollar belt and road projects in the country.This week, demonstrators including fishers and other local workers blocked the roads in Gwadar, a coastal town in Balochistan. They burned tyres, chanted slogans, and shut down the city, to demand water and electricity and a stop to Chinese trawlers illegally fishing in the nearby waters and then taking the fish to China. Two people were injured when the authorities cracked down on the protesters. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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