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Tension Continues Between Bolivian President Evo Morales and Native People

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Title: Tension Continues Between Bolivian President Evo Morales and Native People
Author: Gaudín, Andrés
Subject(s): Latin America
Bolivia
Evo Morales
Aymara
Guaraní
indigenous groups
YPFB
Adolfo Chávez
Rubén Costas
Santa Cruz
Carlos Valdez
Socialist Movement
MAS
CIPDOB
CONGABOL
politics
conflict
pachamamismo
prior consultation
TIPNIS
Abstract: The appearance of pockets of the Bolivian indigenous population who are withdrawing the support that they have always given the administration of President Evo Morales has given the political right some cause for celebration. After six years in the opposition, the old structures that historically dominated and led the country have been unable to reinvent themselves, to create a new party, or to generate a program capable of attracting citizens and presenting itself as a valid alternative to the governing Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS). But the emergence of indigenous leaders who, for various reasons, broke with their former leader is giving the white descendants of European colonizers breathing space.
Date: 2012-03-02
Publisher: NotiSur - Latin America Data Base
Citation: Gaudín, A. (2012, March 02). Tension Continues Between Bolivian President Evo Morales and Native People. NotiSur 21(9), 3-5.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/20159
Available at: http://ladb.unm.edu/notisur/2012/03/02‐078518
ISSN: 1069-4189

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