RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In Bolivia a controversy has flared up over the new date for the Presidential and Parliamentary elections. The elections originally scheduled for May 3rd have been indefinitely postponed due to the health emergency. This week, Parliament is discussing the setting of a date.
Almost two-thirds of the Chamber of Deputies, which continues to be governed by the former ruling party Movement for Socialism (MAS), on Wednesday voted to hold the elections within the next 90 days.
In doing so, they rejected the bill proposed by the Supreme Electoral Court, which had set a date between . . .