Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Evo ups the ante in current battle with opposition


BOLIVIA’S MORALES PROPOSES A RECALL REFERENDUM

by DAVID FORONDA, ABI

- Bolivian head of state called a press conference at the Government Palace in La Paz and affirmed the decision was taken in order to give Bolivians the opportunity to vote in a Recall Referendum to decide whether or not the President and Bolivian Governors should be removed from office.

LA PAZ, (Bolivia), Wednesday, December 5th, 2007 (ABI).- Bolivian President Evo Morales surprised Bolivians and proposed to hold a recall referendum to determine whether he and Bolivia’s nine Governors should be recalled from office.

Bolivian head of state called a press conference at the Government Palace in La Paz and affirmed the decision was taken in order to give Bolivians the opportunity to vote in a Recall Referendum to decide whether or not the President and Bolivian Governors should be removed from office. Moreover, he affirmed that the people must decide whether to support or not process of change.

In that context, Morales will issue his recall referendum proposal to the national congress on Thursday so that it is approved and subsequently Bolivian National Electoral Court (CNE) calls for a recall referendum.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Definitely, it was time to demonstrate Bolivia lives in a democracy. I'm sure Bolivians will support Evo and the democratic change.

Anonymous said...

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http://edta.radioteca.net/

Not bad at all.

Bolivia desperately needs the change.

Anonymous said...

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ECOS DE TIERRA ADENTRO (EDTA)

Url: http//edta.radioteca.net/

Not bad at all.

Bolivia desperately needs the change.