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17 may 2022
In Discusiones generales
Elections now: does the MAS recover the C Level Executive List initiative? Despite herself, the interim president Jeanine Añez announced the promulgation of the law that establishes that the general elections must be held on Sunday, September 6, 2020. Initially, the C Level Executive List elections were scheduled for May 3, but the covid-19 pandemic caused its postponement because the country entered a compulsory quarantine since the end of March. This situation aggravated the political crisis that Bolivia has been experiencing since November of last year, when Evo Morales was C Level Executive List overthrown in a coup that led to the formation of a "transitional government" whose main task. Was to call elections within 90 days, since the C Level Executive List elections held in October 2019 were annulled. That term was suspended, like so many things on the planet, since the outbreak of the coronavirus. The definition of September 6 as the date C Level Executive List for holding the general elections is the result of a change in the political scene caused by two events: the unexpected candidacy of Añez for the Presidency and the ability of the Movement to Socialism (MAS) to C Level Executive List rearticulate. All this, with the pandemic as a backdrop. At the end of January 2020, Añez's C Level Executive List party -Democrats- decided to run for the Presidency, which ended up dismantling the coalition that had overthrown Evo Morales. The anti-MAS bloc was divided into four candidates (Carlos Mesa for C Level Executive List Comunidad Ciudadana, Luis Fernando Camacho for We Believe, Jorge "Tuto" Quiroga for Libre 21 and Añez for Together). And in this context of divisions, the MAS binomial – made up of former ministers Luis Arce Catacora and C Level Executive List David Choquehuanca – reaffirmed its first place in the polls, while Morales remains in exile in Argentina.
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