Bolivian Elections 2019
Will free and fair elections be held in Bolivia?

We talk to Zoe PC who is part of an election observation team from CODEPINK in Bolivia on the latest in election procedures, threats to election observers, the concerns with the DIREPRE system (which has since been suspended) and complaints of voter suppression

MAS continues campaign for general elections in Bolivia

The MAS party has elected of peasant leader Leonardo Loza to replace Evo Morales as the candidate for Senate in Cochabamba

MAS begins campaign for general elections in Bolivia

The MAS presidential ticket, Luis Arce and David Choquehuanca, vowed to restore democracy, dignity, employment, hope and stability in Bolivia

Why US political scientists are arguing that Evo Morales should be the President of Bolivia

A recent study released by US based researchers disproves allegations made by the Organization of American States that electoral fraud was committed by Evo Morales’ party in the 2019 Bolivian elections

Will there ever be elections again in Bolivia?

Following a massive national strike organized after elections were postponed for a third time in Bolivia since the coup d’état, Vijay Prashad and Manuel Bertoldi discuss the future of Bolivian democracy

Bolivian social movements and trade unions end strike and lift blockades

The decision was taken following the enactment of a new electoral law that calls to hold general elections no later than October 18 and imposes criminal penalties on any effort to postpone the date

Bolivian movements and trade unions propose to hold elections on October 11

Bolivia’s Senate has also approved a law calling to hold general elections no later than October 18

Bolivians brave repression, continue struggle for democracy

The coup-born regime is maintaining its strategy of criminalizing the national mobilizations and blockades

Tensions rise in Bolivia as far-right groups mobilize against national strike

Over 140 major highways and roads have been blocked by protesters across Bolivia to demand that the general elections be held on September 6 and for the de facto president, Jeanine Áñez, to resign immediately

Lebanon crisis National strike continues across Bolivia, demands grow for Áñez to step down

Social movements and trade unions stress that their demand is no longer just democratic elections, but also the immediate removal of the entire coup-installed government

Indefinite strike begins in Bolivia against postponement of general elections

Over 24 major interdepartmental and inter-provincial highways and roads have been blocked by protesters to demand compliance with the decision to hold elections on September 6 in Bolivia

“The people of Bolivia will no longer be intimidated”

Bolivian journalist Ollie Vargas talks about the massive protests that have broken out in the country following the authorities’ decision to postpone the presidential elections yet again

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