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MAS: Evo returns, Arce is expelled

In a recent MAS congress, Evo Morales was ratified as national leader and declared the sole candidate for the presidential elections. On the same occasion, President Luis Arce was expelled.

Judicial Elections and Bolivia’s Fragile Rule of Law

The Bolivian justice system is rife with interim nominations, uncertainty in the appointment of high magistrates, questionable designation of judges and prosecutors, and deficiencies in the criminal justice system.

Evo, Arce and the cost of renewal

Today the ruling party is divided into two factions: the "arcista" wing of the president and the "evista" or radical wing of former President Evo Morales.

The Dilemma of Plurinationality in Bolivia and Latin America

The plurinational character of Bolivia is an ideological creation. Attention: it is neither more nor less than the unity of the Bolivian nation. In postmodern terms, both are social constructions.

Luis Arce’s leap into the void

Bolivia has inaugurated 2023 with an unforeseen political crisis, and it would be wrong to think that the reaction in Santa Cruz only has to do with Camacho's imprisonment. It is the trigger but not the cause.

Evo Morales, between renovating adversaries and right-wing enemies

Since 2019, political adversaries have emerged for Evo Morales, from the MAS bases, and the main cause is his interest in running again for the presidency in 2025.