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The moment of truth (at the polls) arrived for Bolivia. The country decides today if it wants the return of Evo Morales through Luis Arce, your political frontman and favorite in the general elections, or you prefer that the liberal Carlos Mesa (Citizen Community) take the reins of a country faced – and at times out of control – since the electoral fraud of October last year.

In a climate of tension and uncertainty, the polls will define, in this first round – or in a second scheduled for November 29 – the name of a president whose legitimacy, if the process proceeds normally, should not be in dispute.

The polls anticipate a notable advantage for Arce, holder of the Movement To … See More.


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