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"From this moment on, Alliance Together candidacies are void," Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) stated after it agreed to dissolve Añez's political party.
Bolivia's Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) Friday approved the request to dissolve the Alliance Together (Alianza Juntos) through which coup-born regime's leader Jeanine Añez intended to run for president.
In case the Together Alliance gets any votes, these will be null by the electoral juries during the scrutiny.
On September 18, Añez announced her withdrawal as a candidate for the October elections.
"Today I step aside to guard Bolivia's democracy. It's not a sacrifice, it's an honor," she said after noting that the leftist Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) is leading the polls as the favorite to win the election.