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April 09, 2008 
Political activist Maria Galindo (R) wrestles with a supporter of Bolivia's most historic political party,... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A political activist wrestles with supporter of Bolivia's MNR party in La Paz 
Political activist Maria Galindo (R) wrestles with a supporter of Bolivia's most historic political party, the Nationalist Revolutionary Movement (MNR), after she threw a bucket of red paint at them as they exited a mass held in the Metrolpolitan Cathedral to celebrate MNR's 56th anniversary, in La Paz April 9, 2008. The MNR continues to be strongly opposed by certain sectors of the Bolivian population that remember the violent uprising popularly know as the Gas Wars that brought down the MNR government of President Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada in October 2003, after at least 60 people were shot by the army and police under his control. Sanchez de Lozada continues to reside in self-exile in the U.S. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
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