Solution:Bolivia's protest was called Bolivia's Water War.
It was a protest by the country's people against a government policy. The government of Bolivia had sold water supply rights to a Multi- National Company being forced by the World Bank. This led to a massive hike in the price of water, a basic necessity for living and surviving. This made the people rise in protest and strikes after strikes were held. Conditions worsened so much in the country that martial law had to be implemented. Later, the government finally took back the water supply rights and only then did the water fight come to a stop.