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Bolivian Government Reveals Socio-Economic Achievements


La Paz, 10 May. – The conviction that the government led by President Luis Arce remains unshakable prevails today in the opinion of the Bolivians after the President’s mid-term message addressed to the people.

As candidate for Movimiento al Socialismo with David Choquehuanca as candidate for vice president, Arce won the 2020 general election with 55.11 percent of the vote and took office on November 8 of that year in a context that has become rare of -for the inherited economic crisis. from the de facto regime of Jeanine Agnes and the poorly managed COVID-19 pandemic, which resulted in a veto on the right to education.

He immediately ordered the payment of a one thousand boliviano ($143) anti-hunger bond and a series of actions aimed at rebuilding the economy.

As a result, the country has achieved sustainable economic growth, inflation is under control, and the exchange rate of the currency against foreign currencies remains unchanged, in an unfavorable international context due to the war in Ukraine and the Covid-19 pandemic, which has not disappeared anywhere. Prensa Latina.

Over the past 30 months, Arce Executive has also faced challenges promoted by masked opponents on the façade of civil organizations along with political figures, such as the 36-day strike in Santa Cruz.

The coming to power of the current administration is seen by most Bolivians as a triumph and the return of democracy after the November 2019 coup d’état and massacres such as Sakaba and Senkata that killed more than 30 people and injured dozens more.

According to Arce, his government gave back “to the people their ajaya (spirituality), which had suffered greatly from a year of convulsions and systematic violence”, in addition to strengthening intercultural democracy through “unity, struggle and awareness of the people.”

“We will remain firm and true to our principles, working for the sake of the unity and dignity of our Motherland.

Source: Juventud Rebelde



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