Bolivia and Necessary Self-Critique: “It is not enough to have the government, we have to have people’s power.” 

Leaders from the progressive world highlight that “organized peoples make revolutions.” By Alina Duarte From La Paz and Washington DC

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Democracy Hangs in the Balance as Bolivians Head to the Polls in Sunday’s Presidential Election

Is it possible for free and fair elections to be held, whose outcome will effect the balance of forces between US-backed rightwing and more independent left-leaning governments in the region? COHA urges the de facto government and its backers in the OAS to give democracy and peace a chance in Bolivia…

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Paraguay marred by violence at home and uncertain foreign policy abroad  

Landlocked, hit by wildfires, engulfed in a prolonged rainfall shortage and drought, and with its people succumbed into malnourishment, the Republic of Paraguay under the leadership of Mario Abdo Benítez is confronted with an overwhelming number of middle income families that have miserably slipped into extreme poverty…

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