Bolivia: Left-wing MAS won 240 out of 336 mayoralties, 13 more than in 2015

Carlos Cordero, analyst and professor of Political Sciences, indicated that in the main axis there is a very clear ideological component, about an anti-MAS and anti-Evo Morales sentiment. This explains why it has been lost in the big municipalities.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After the subnationals, the municipal map of Bolivia was painted blue. The Movimiento Al Socialismo (MAS) won 240 of the 336 mayoralties for which mayors were elected, 13 more than in 2015. In 19 the ruling party's victory was consolidated with 100% of the valid vote.

"Taking into account that Bolivia is in the process of urbanization, 70% of the population is in the cities. The biggest strategic failure of the opposition is not being able to leave the urban area, to take a proposal to the rural population to generate political plurality. This not . . .

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