In fewer than 10 days, Bolivians will go to the polls to select not only a new president, but all members of Congress.
The Organization of American States will observe the election, just like it did last year. It’s a do-over election, after the voting in 2019 was discredited due to allegations of fraud.
But the OAS’s report that suggested vote rigging is now under fire.
- Robert Brockmann is a journalist and researcher.
- Ollie Vargas is a reporter and analyst.
- Mark Weisbrot is the co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research.
- Arthur Estopinan is the president of The Estopinan Group, a political consultancy company.
Bolivia's Attorney General has now cast doubts on the validity of the 2019 OAS report that triggered the coup against Evo Morales.
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