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· October, 2005

Stories about Bolivia from October, 2005

Bolivia: Election Crisis

Jim Schultz hands over his blog to Bolivian activist, Boris Rios who offers his insight into Bolivia's current election crisis.

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

The buzz continues within the Bolivian blogosphere with the publication of the most recent article in the Bolivian press. The Extra section of El Deber featured the three creators of...

Latin America: Poll Numbers

Bloggins by Boz has yet another thorough summary of electoral news from across Latin America.

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

Este artículo también está disponible en español Plan B’s Sebastian anxiously awaits the publication of a story about Santa Cruz blogs, in which he was interviewed by a reporter from...

Bolivia: Taking the Presidency By Force

Miguel Centallas writes that “Felipe Quispe (aka “Mallku”) of the indigenous MIP (Pachakutik Indigenous Movement) has declared that if he doesn't win the election, he'll take the presidency by force.”

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

Elections scheduled for December 4th are far from certain of taking place. What has been for certain over the past week in La Paz and El Alto has been the...

Bolivia: The Bolivian “Krosty”

Barrio Flores says Cruceños should feel safer now that Krosty is back off the streets.

Bolivia, Argentina: Fidel Castro Beats Bush for Presidency

Alvaro Ruiz-Navajas links to an interesting survey by Equipos Mori and Capital y GBA, which found that 31% of Argentinians would hypothetically vote for Fidel Castro as president compared to...

Bolivia: Secret Source “Deep Touch”

Nick Buxton reveals why he has nicknamed his new source into the Bolivian political world “Deep Touch.”

Bolivia: Tear Gas Used Against Protesters at US Embassy

Jim Shultz describes the scene at a protest in front of the US embassy in La Paz in support of a formal request by the Bolivian government to extradite former...

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