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Bolivia

Bolivia: The November coup - and how to reverse it

Bolivia’s first indigenous president, Evo Morales, and his Vice President, Alvaro García Linera, were overthrown in a coup, which culminated on 10 November 2019. Read more...

The November Coup in Bolivia and how to reverse it

Bolivia’s first indigenous president, Evo Morales, and his Vice President, Alvaro García Linera, were overthrown in a coup, which culminated on 10 November 2019. Read more...

Down with the reactionary coup in Bolivia

Bolivia: Fundación de un nuevo Partido de los Trabajadores

Bolivia: Fundación de un nuevo Partido de los Trabajadores
Christian Gebhardt Vie, 30/08/2013 - 18:53 Read more...

Bolivia: Foundation of a new Workers' Party

The idea of an independent workers' party has existed within the Bolivian working class movement for a long time but it was finally given shape with the founding of the “Partido de los Trabajadores” ( Read more...

Seize the day! Cochabamba conference is an historic opportunity for our movement

Statement of the League for the Fifth International on the day that the Cochabamba conference on climate change has opened

• No more Copenhagens – build a mass movement to force the great powers to cut their emissions

• Workers, peasants and indigenous peoples – let’s link the fight against the crisis to the battle to save our environment

• Capitalism is to blame – we need socialist planning not market anarchy with its spiralling pollution and inequality Read more...

"We aren't going to wait" - Bolivian workers and peasants confront the right

As we go to press some 20,000 miners, peasants and cocaleros are marching on Santa Cruz, the centre of the Bolivian Right's attempt to seize complete control of the country's vast natural resources. The marchers' declared objective is to retake control of the government buildings, press and TV stations which had been seized by the Right over the past month. Read more...

"We want civil war!"- Bolivian Right rebels against Morales

On August 10, Bolivia's first indigenous president, Evo Morales, was once again given a massive vote of confidence by 70 per cent of the people. When, on 29 August, indigenous peasant and working-class supporters of Morales' party, the Movement to Socialism, (MAS) tried to hold a peaceful celebration in the Plaza 24 de Septiembre, in the centre of the city of Santa Cruz, a force of thugs organised by the UniÛn Juvenil CruceÒista (CruceÒo Youth Union, UJC), set upon them with sticks and whips. Read more...

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