Apparently watching her former fellow masistas being assaulted by "univesrity youth" in the streets late 2007, graffiti referring to indigenous delegates as "aborted Llamas", and the outrageously racist events of May 24th straight out of the days of colonialism never caused this Indian women to rethink her relationship with her new found friends. Of course the leadership of the Inter-institutional Committee, headed up by the corrupt university rector Jaime Barron, is only too happy to put a native face on their racist movement. This is reactionary political manipulation and opportunism of the highest order.
To highlight these guys commitment to "democracy and liberty", on the eve of the election, when a documentary by the renowned Bolivian and sucreno director Cesar Brie, "Humillados y Ofendidos" about the May 24th violence was supposed to be aired on Bolivian television, the city's transmission cables were cut, a doc previously censored by Sucre's broadcasters. Jaime Barron blamed the government, claiming they were attempting to create an excuse for "canceling the election". It only makes sense then that two student members of the "Local University Federation" were detained outside the Departmental Electoral Court with 27 dynamite detonators, whom the government claims were sought immediately released by opposition PODEMOS party bosses.