By Humberto Vacaflor Ganam
Laws are not respected or complied with in the country, nor is there a separation of powers.
Bolivia is experiencing one of the most severe crises in its history, say two political actors, when the government of Luis Arce fails to resolve the conflict over the census and is about to plunge into economic bankruptcy.
Jaime Paz Zamora, former president (1989-1993) says that at this moment Bolivia has ceased to be a "plurinational" State and has become, in fact, a federal republic, with which he agrees, like almost all Bolivians.
José Carlos Sánchez, a . . .