RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivia kicked off a new political period on Monday, May 3rd, with the inauguration of departmental and municipal authorities, who prioritized strengthening the fight against Covid-19, the development of their regions, and work for the unity of the Bolivian people.
The recent municipal and departmental elections marked the end of a complex electoral calendar, after the 2019 crisis that led to Evo Morales' resignation as president and the pandemic that twice forced the deferral of elections.
The new authorities, many of them from opposition groups, will be faced with the challenge of coordinating projects with . . .