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Bolivia: First Draft Constitution a Bargaining Chip?

Bolivian President Evo Morales recently revealed that the first draft Constitution was originally planned to be used as a way to bargain the opposition in accepting a more moderate document. If that is the case, Miguel Centellas of Pronto* writes that it was reckless, and that Morales, “may have to accept substantial blame for the deaths that occurred in the past several months as government and opposition forces clashed.

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