Bolivia repeats subnational voting in more than 100 polling stations in five regions

In more than a dozen municipalities of Santa Cruz, the most extensive department and economic engine of the country, the voting is repeated due to the cases of voting urns burning that took place two weeks ago.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Voters in about 125 polling stations in five departments of Bolivia are repeating this Sunday, March 21st, the voting of the last subnational elections rom beginning of March due to events that affected the final registration of those votes and that can be decisive in municipalities such as Sucre, the official capital of the country.

In these places there were incidents such as the burning of ballot boxes, counting errors . . .

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