Proposal on federalism divides opinions in Bolivia

Last week, ex-president Evo Morales proposed a referendum and a Constituent Assembly to debate federalism during a Sunday program.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A proposal by the opposition governor of the eastern region of Santa Cruz, Luis Fernando Camacho, of a plan to promote the process of federalism in Bolivia, is dividing opinions in the country.

The governor of the region considered the economic driver of Bolivia proposed to "discuss" federalism in the country and announced that he will initiate a process of dialogue and consultations with all regions and municipalities.

"There are departments and regions that want to direct their own development, but centralism and "masismo" does not allow them to do so. The time has come to . . .

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