On Monday, November 7, deputies of the ruling Movement Towards Socialism party (MAS) blamed the president of Bolivia, Luis Arce, and his vice president, David Choquehuanca, for the "fracture" caused in the party.
They criticized the management of the census conflict with the opposition, which has caused an indefinite civic strike in the province of Santa Cruz.
"Today, the bench of the Movement Towards Socialism is divided and fractured, and who is responsible? We . . .