Stories about Bolivia from September, 2005
Este artículo también está disponible en español Over the past year, the number of blogs about Bolivia, by Bolivians and by those living in Bolivia has multiplied. Projects like Blogs...
MABB has a collection of news excerpts from around the world relating to Bolivia including a focused look on U.S. interest in the region.
Barrio Flores has the results from the “latest” pre-election poll taken nearly three weeks ago. Eduardo wonders if the numbers have changed since front-runner Evo Morales announced he would end...
Miguel Centallas caught a factual error in a BBC article about Bolivia's election status, which so far has not been corrected. Several comments following the post are critical of BBC's...
Jim Shultz has an entertaining post about a Bolivian-American Pepsi employee seeking advice on running for Bolivian presidency.
Benjamin Dangle questions the intentions of the U.S. military in Paraguay and wonders if they are not trying to secure Bolivian oil fields as the country gets ready to elect...
Bloggings by Boz has a comprehensive compilation of presidential approval ratings and campaign polls from around the Americas.
Jim Shultz lays out all the political hurdles which lay between the presidential candidates today and one's eventual confirmation.
Eduardo Avila of Barrio Flores covers what campaign promises have already been made for December's presidential election.
Complimenting Nick Buxton's coverage, Movimiento Boliviano de Lucha Contra el TLC y el ALCA also has a summary of the Bolivian Social Forum held last week in Camiri.
Miguel Centallas has posted a copy of the official presidential ballot which will be used in December on his Flickr account.
Autonomia Ya (“Autonomy Already!”) tries to explain why Peru has remained relatively stable [ES] compared to Ecuador and Bolivia's recent chaos.
Eduardo Avila wishes a happy 195th birthday to his native city of Cochabamba. Complete with music.
Nick Buxton, just returned from a gathering of social movements in the rural town of Camiri, says “another Bolivia is possible.”
Manuel Buitrago of MABB comments on the development of Bolivia's democracy.
MABB, Ciao!, and Barrio Flores all write about the official eight presidential candidates for the December 4th election.
Miguel Centallas has a Flickr set of Bolivian Newspaper graphics from May 27 to August 05 of this year.
Both Jim Shultz and Almada de Noche [ES] (who will soon be leaving for France) recap yesterday's “Pedestrian Day” in Cochabamba, Bolivia.