BOLIVIA WHEREAS the Bolivian government has established a Press Tribunal to try crimes and offenses by the press the Comunicaciones El País group reported that microphones were installed at its main offices to spy on its activities Principle 4 of the Declaration of Chapultepec rejects terrorism, pressure and intimidation of journalists, because they severely limit freedom of expression and the press, and, according to this article, these acts should be investigated promptly and punished harshly THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE IAPA RESOLVES to protest to the Bolivian government that the use of special tribunals to judge offenses and crimes of the press violates the general principles of equal justice for all citizens to request that the Bolivian government conduct an in-depth investigation and punish those responsible for installing an electronic espionage network in the offices of El País, because it seriously violates privacy and constitutes a form of intimidation.