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Judy Rebick | After months of constant mobilization, the Indigenous people of Bolivia have taken back their power in a first round majority vote for the MAS.
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Evo Morales in 2017. Image: Ministério das Relações Exteriores/Flickr
Medea Benjamin | With the control that the right-wing coup leaders have consolidated in record time, and the intimidation and fear felt by opponents, it is hard to see how free and fair elections can take place.
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March in support of Evo Morales, in Buenos Aires on November 18, 2019. Image: Santiago Sito/Flickr
Jooneed Khan | Bolivian leader Evo Morales' decision to resign under the pressure of the army and the police is significant in the context of growing resistance from the progressive peoples of South America.
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La Paz, Bolivia. Image: EEJC/Wikimedia Commons
Judy Rebick | In 2006, I spent five weeks in Bolivia interviewing Evo Morales and several of his ministers. Afterward, I thought that Bolivia was a singular light in a dark neoliberal world.
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Velcrow Ripper | The 16th Climate Summit has washed over us, and thankfully, this vital process is still alive.
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Judy Rebick | On Friday Evo Morales lamented the exclusion of the Cochabamba agreement from the Cancun discussions on climate change and called for action from social movements and ALBA governments.
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Velcrow Ripper | The World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth is over, but the momemtum generated by this first initiative will create ripples that will continue for some time.
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Sarah Laskow | Environmental advocates from around the world gathered in Cochabamba, Bolivia, this week and resolved that, a year from now, they would hold a world's people referendum on climate change.
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Judy Rebick | On Thursday, the day before his official inauguration, Evo Morales will be inaugurated as spiritual leader of Bolivia, a recognition of immense significance and hope.
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Murray Dobbin | The news out of Bolivia is nothing short of amazing. Evo Morales, the indigenous President and ally of Hugo Chavez, has begun to turn his country around in just 4 short years.
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Judy Rebick | Bolivians go to the polls December 6 and will surely re-elect their indigenous government whose achievements are extraordinary with the promise of more.
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rabbleTV | Laura Flanders of GritTV interviews Evo Morales on his policies as President of Bolivia and his thoughts on socialism.