In Santa Cruz
Less than three months after the resignation of Evo Morales after a re-election disputed by the street, a new presidential race begins in Bolivia. To the disappointment of some activists, the popular wave that shook the country for twenty-one days in November did not translate into the emergence of a united front to confront the party of the outgoing president (Movement towards socialism, MAS ). For the moment, it is a divided opposition, dominated by divisive figures, which begins its campaign, faced with a MAS at the head of the voting intentions.
On the starting line, no less than six pairs (president-vice-president) claim to be on the “anti-moral” line. Among them, Jeanine Añez, right-wing senator promoted interim president, ostensibly evangelist, who nevertheless long denied any ambition to prolong his time at the head of the State. Enough to infuriate its main competitors, Luis Fernando Camacho, Catholic lawyer on the far right of the chessboard
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