Bolivia: The Open Veins Are Bleeding Six Months After The Coup

By Verónica Zapata, Resumen English. -

On November 10, 2019, a violent coup d’état took place in Bolivia, navigated by the U.S., which managed to articulate the racist national oligarchy with the backing of the armed forces, the [...]

Bolivia: Can the Left Win An Election Without Being Able To Organize The People?

By Hugo Moldiz Mercado, Resumen. -

Is an efficient and effective electoral strategy, regardless of the relationship of forces between the dominant and subordinate classes, what is predominant, even unique, for a leftist candidate [...]

Bolivia Vs Venezuela: COVID-19 Response Reveals True Nature Of Governments

By Federico Fuentes, Green Left. -

Government responses to the COVID-19 pandemic have put into sharp relief their true nature. This is perhaps no more evident than when we compare Bolivia and Venezuela. Despite having been [...]

United Nations Expert: “The United States Is Committing Crimes Against Humanity”

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

It was recently confirmed that the former president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, won the last presidential election in October. He was forced to resign in a US-assisted coup that has brought a [...]

Studies Say Morales Won Fairly, UN & Latin American Institutions Must Take Action – Ex-UN Official

By Ekaterina Blinova, Sputniknews.com -

The latest statistical analyses say that the Organisation of American States' conclusions about the alleged fraud in Bolivia’s October vote don't hold water. Ex-UN official Alfred de Zayas has [...]

Who Will Win Bolivia’s Elections?

By Alfredo Serrano Mancilla, CELAG -

At this point in the year, Bolivia should be announcing an election date other than the presidential election in May. According to last year’s schedule, the regional elections (departments and [...]

The Washington Post Must Answer For Its False Bolivia Coverage

By Joe Emersberger, Fair.org -

President Evo Morales won re-election in Bolivia’s presidential election last October 20, as pre-election polls predicted. He received 47% of the vote in an election with 88% turnout. He beat his [...]

Months After Supporting A Deadly Coup, WaPo Admits Bolivia’s Elections Were Clean

By Alan Macleod, Mintpressnews.com -

The Washington Post published an op-ed yesterday from a research team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology showing that there was no fraud in the October elections in Bolivia after all. [...]

OAS Should Retract Its Press Release On Bolivian Election

By Mark Weisbrot, CEPR.org. -

Washington, D.C. — The OAS statement yesterday on Bolivia’s election should be retracted, said Mark Weisbrot, Co-Director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research. On Monday, October 21, [...]

ALBA Rejects Disqualification Of Evo Morales’ Candidacy

By Staff, Telesurenglish.net -

Member countries of the Bolivarian Alliance for America- Peoples' Trading Treaty (ALBA-TCP), denounced this Saturday the disqualification of former President Evo Morales as a candidate for the [...]

Dirty Tricks Are Afoot In Bolivia, Tricontinental: Institute For Social Research

By Vijay Prashad , Thetricontinental.org -

In November 2019, the Bolivian army – with a nudge from the shadows – told its President Evo Morales Ayma to resign. Morales would eventually go to Mexico and then seek asylum in Argentina. [...]

Bolivia’s Coup In Practice

By Guillaume Long, Tribunemag.co.uk -

Foreign policy, an area very much in the hands of the executive branch, has afforded Bolivia’s de facto president Jeanine Añez, who does not hold a parliamentary majority, an ideal outlet for her [...]

The Fraud Machine At Work In Bolivia

By Carlos Fazio, La Jornada, translation Resumen Latinoamericano, North America bureau -

The counter-revolution in Bolivia is advancing under the parameters of a U.S.-made hybrid war and with the blessings of the conservative hierarchy of the local Catholic Church. In its current [...]

Interim Bolivian Government Taps Same Lobby Firm Hired To Sell The Coup In Honduras

By Lee Fang, Resumen English. -

Coup President Jeanine Áñez, who came to power in November, has rejected claims that her predecessor, Evo Morales, was ousted in a coup — while cracking down on dissent and calling for new [...]

Morales & Arce Have Chance To Outperform Right-Wing Forces, Undo Regime Change In Bolivia

By Ekaterina Blinova, Sputniknews.com -

Tensions are rising over the upcoming Bolivian general vote as Evo Morales' Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) is gaining momentum in the country despite the de facto government's pressure. Alberto [...]