MAS in a regional election (38% in 2010). . In Tarija there will be a Country Email List second round between the former mayor and local leader Oscar Montes and the MAS candidate, Álvaro Ruiz, Country Email List the municipal level, let us remember that in 2015, one of its best moments in terms of political hegemony, the MAS had only achieved two of the ten most important seats (the departmental capitals plus El Alto). Now, while the official calculation progresses, Country Email List was winning one (Sucre) and was very close in another (Oruro). In the remaining eight capital cities, in general, his performance has been somewhat lower than in 2015 and he.
Has no chance of winning. We will have to wait for the final count to Country Email List be able to see the national vote obtained and the difference with last year's presidential elections. (d) In the space on the right, something similar to that of Brazil, Spain or Costa Rica occurs in Bolivia. Country Email List When the traditional right gets too close to the extreme right, the latter ends up setting the agenda and conquering positions, weakening the moderate wing. The disappearance of the Democrats is eloquent: after 15 years in the governorship of Santa Cruz, last Sunday they did not even bring a candidate to that appointment and, in the election of Country Email List the Santa Cruz capita.
Their candidate barely passed 5%; For his part, the former governor of Beni Country Email List Ernesto Suárez also failed to win the mayor's office in Trinidad. The political extinction of Luis Revilla and Sol.bo shows the same thing in La Paz. And the phenomenon extends to the meager results Country Email List of Doria Medina and his National Unity party, or the third place obtained by the governor of Tarija Adrián Oliva in his attempt to be re-elected. And it is worth noting the third place that the projections gave to Jeanine Áñez herself in her Beni bastion, with around 15%. Luis Fernando Camacho, Country Email List Manfred Reyes Villa and Horacio Poppe are likely to gradually assume a more central, radical and polarizing role as opposition to MAS. beyond numbers.