Bolivia will hold its presidential elections on 3 may

The Supreme Electoral Tribunal of Bolivia has been informed of the date of the general election in the south american country. Will be held on Sunday, 3 may, ha

Bolivia will hold its presidential elections on 3 may

The Supreme Electoral Tribunal of Bolivia has been informed of the date of the general election in the south american country. Will be held on Sunday, 3 may, has confirmed the vice-president of the agency, Oscar Hassenteufel. It will be until the next Monday when they announce the details of the call.

For the next elections bolivians will have a budget of 29 million dollars, as reported by the vocal Hassenteufel. "Not enough to know the figure of the candidate, people should vote knowing how to carry forward his plan of action each candidate," said the vice-president of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal in reference to the bill proposed by the Government of Jeanine Áñez that seeks to force you to discuss the candidates. In the elections of may not be able to participate Evo Morales nor his vice president, Alvaro Garcia Linera.

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Evo Morales resigned the presidency of Bolivia on the 10th of November, pressured by the opposition and the Army following an audit of the Organization of American States (OAS) that has detected "serious irregularities" in the elections of October 20. Morales, candidate of the Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS) had been declared winner in the first round despite the wave of suspicion that rose up, the count and so he was about to start his fourth term. The Armed Forces, was pushed to exile in an unusual recommendation.

Morales left Bolivia, heading to Mexico, a country that offered him political asylum and accused of being a victim of a coup. The former president was moved to Argentina last December 12. Since last November, Jeanine Áñez, opposing the Government of Evo Morales, proclaimed himself president of the south american country in a session where not involved in Morales ' party, MAS.

last Tuesday, major leaders, Luis Fernando Camacho and Marco Pumari announced an electoral alliance to try to defeat the future candidate of the MAS. Camacho looks for the presidency and Pumari the vice-presidency.

Updated Date: 04 January 2020, 00:00

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