The dictator’s return to Bolivia; impunity, narco-state, and repression

The dictator’s return to Bolivia; impunity, narco-state, and repression

Factual reality leaves us no doubt that the Chieftain of the restored Castrochavist regime in Bolivia is Evo Morales and his surrogate operator is Luis Arce. It is not dual power; it is vertical power under Morales’ command and he exerts his authority over his former Minister of Economy, fraudulently declared the winning candidate. It is the maneuvering directed and operated by Castrochavism’s strategists that are now being reinstalled at the Cuban and Venezuelan embassies in Bolivia.

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Fraudulent elections and the swearing-in of Luis Arce as President of the Plurinational State have only been the means for Evo Morales’ return to Bolivia. The coca harvester’s chieftain who had ascended to Bolivia’s presidency for five years without the right for reelection, held power for almost 14 years as a dictator, supplanting the Republic and ending democracy, the dictator who resigned and fled the country on 19 November of 2019 for electoral fraud and counterfeiting crimes, has now comeback with total impunity, and has settled in his cocaine-producing area, ensuring that Bolivia will continue to be a narco-state, wielding authority as the regime’s head and getting the Castro Chavist repression underway.

Bolivians’ civil resistance and civic movements continue denouncing the gargantuan electoral fraud in the results of the recent 18 October elections with which Luis Arce -the handpicked candidate designated by Evo Morales- has been proclaimed President. Proof of the fraud is publicly well known and has been turned over to the Electoral Supreme Tribunal but the “vote-catching dictatorship” system rejects requests for “an audit” of election results that would corroborate the great farce that includes the use of an adulterated voters’ registry containing almost one million ghost voters (20% of the total) for candidate Arce and the reg