Subsequently, the Bolivian political parties reached a consensus and decided the elections would be held on Sep. 6. Instead of accepting this, Añez has avoided promulgating the call for elections to date.
Bolivia's political uncertainty coexists with the pandemic 'scourge. According to local media, the coup-born regime blames the people for dying in the streets and not going to hospitals.
Specialists and health workers, however, claim that Bolivia's reality is different. "People are dying because the hospital system has collapsed due to the lack of biosecurity inputs," Critical Medicine and Intensive Care Society's president Adrian Avila assured.