"From this moment on, Alliance Together candidacies are void," Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) stated after it agreed to dissolve Añez's political party.Full Story
Over the last week, aggressions against MAS militants have been reported in Cochabamba, Santa Cruz, and Oruro.Full Story
Cochabamba’s protesters conducted a sit-in in wheelchairs and crutches, after other demonstrations last week when they marched to the vicinities of the Justice Ministry facilities.
The socialist party leads pre-election voter intention surveys but faces violence promoted by right-wing candidates and defacto authorities.
If pro-U.S. candidates triumph on October 18, the country will face difficult times. A social outbreak similar to the one that occurred in Chile is a highly probable scenario.
Áñez alleges she made the decision to prevent the Movement for Socialism (MAS) from winning the election.
The investigation details that several assassinations and tortures were committed under instructions from the coup government.
The coup appointed interim president of Bolivia, Jeanine Áñez, announced this Thursday that she is withdrawing her candidacy for the October elections.
Bolivia’s former president and candidate for the Revolutionary Left Front political party, Carlos Mesa, follows Arce with 12,9 % of possible votes. Jeanine Añez, the de facto president, is in fourth place in Bolivian preference, with only 5,5% of votes.
Over the last week, the coup-born candidate Añez fell from 12 to 8 percent in the vote intention.
In 2019, this South American country lost 6.4 million hectares of natural vegetation due to uncontrolled fires.