Movement Towards Socialism (MAS)
General elections in Bolivia to be held on September 6

Former Bolivian President Evo Morales, who was overthrown in a coup, welcomed the news and appealed to the people to vote for the presidential candidates of the Movement Towards Socialism party

Bolivians continue their struggle against the coup regime

Since May 11, thousands of Bolivians have been mobilizing, against hunger and to demand the resignation of self-appointed president Jeanine Áñez and for democratic elections in the country

6 months after the civic-military coup in Bolivia, Evo Morales denounces setbacks

Former Bolivian President Evo Morales pointed out that “fascism and racism have been reborn” in Bolivia and that “the de-facto government itself is promoting inequality”

Political tensions rise in Bolivia over the new election law

The coup-installed regime in Bolivia rejects the 2020 General Elections Postponement Law, which establishes a maximum period of 90 days to hold the elections in the country

Movements across the world demand release of Afro-Bolivian leader Elena Flores

Elena Flores, the union leader of the association of coca leaf farmers of the Yungas region, has been at the forefront of resisting the advance of paramilitarism in the region and the coup regime

Prisoners protest in Bolivia due to the lack of measures against the COVID-19

The protest broke out after the death of a prisoner, who supposedly had symptoms of the novel coronavirus

General elections in Bolivia suspended due to coronavirus outbreak

The president of Bolivia’s Supreme Electoral Court, Salvador Romero, announced that elections will be postponed and a new date will be approved in the Plurinational Legislative Assembly

MAS candidates lead in opinion polls ahead of general elections in Bolivia

According to a recent poll, Luis Arce of the Movement Towards Socialism (MAS), is the preferred candidate in the upcoming presidential elections with a 15% lead

Feminists travel to Bolivia in solidarity against the coup

The delegation denounced the de-facto government in Bolivia for serious human rights violations and state crimes committed after the coup

MIT researchers confirm what we knew all along: Evo won and OAS lied

The report released by researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology raises questions about why the Organization of American States lied and who benefited

Around-the-world-ep-86_BOLIVIA-_-PALESTINE-_-GREECE Ep 86: Bolivia’s ‘second coup’ and more…

We also take a look at the expansion of illegal Israeli settlements in Palestine, and the general strike in Greece.

Evo denounces disqualification as “second coup”

Morales and his legal team denounced the move by the de-facto government as illegal repression of his political rights

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