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Bolivia ends 2021 strained in a still indebted democracy

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The tension, which successive electoral processes have failed to dissipate, continues to hinder the coexistence between the national power recovered by the Movimiento Al Socialismo (MAS) and the minority and fragmented opposition in some regional governments, two right-wing alliances and loud citizen groups.

The democratic order installed in 1982 after a long cycle of military dictatorships and prolonged by the MAS, which came to power in 2006, was interrupted by the October 2019 crisis, when Evo Morales failed to consolidate his 4th consecutive electoral victory, faced protests for alleged fraud and was ousted and replaced . . .

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