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Hours before Bolivia goes the polls, early results system suspended, military mobilization in La Paz

The first elections since the coup d’état will be held on October 18 amid a tense social and political climate. This includes a military mobilization in La Paz the night before the polls and the suspension of the DIREPRE early results system

Will the Bolivian right allow free and fair elections?

The people of Bolivia fear that the ruling coup government will be making use of all kinds of dirty tricks in order to steal the election from them.

Luis Arce warns of attacks to democracy in Bolivia

MAS presidential candidate, Luis Arce, denounced the violent threats by the de-facto government officials and requested the active observation of the international organizations during and after the general elections

Bolivian court rejects appeal to eliminate MAS from October 18 elections

In the aftermath of the court’s ruling, far-right armed groups attacked MAS supporters waiting outside the court

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

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

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

Bolivians oppose postponement of elections

Indigenous, peasant, rural and women organizations organized massive demonstrations under the banner of “For Democracy, Health and Life”.

Bolivians reject postponement of elections with massive mobilizations

Nationwide mobilizations which kicked off today have been organized by Bolivian social movements and trade unions in rejection of the suspension of general elections in the country

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