Interim President of Bolivia Jeanine Áñez confirmed her figure this Tuesday in the face of the next general election, which she initially said she would not run to ensure that she believes that “republican values” enable industry to be created are compatible with democracy, in contrast to those “who believe it is a task for the populist left”.
“There are two ways: there are those who believe that economy and industry in Bolivia are an ideological task of the populist left, a task that implies reducing freedoms, installing the dictatorship, making alliances with the violent blockers and with populism, “Áñez expressed.
“But there are also those who believe that the Bolivian economy and industry are perfectly compatible with democracy, with pacification and dialogue, as we did last week,” he continued.
Áñez used a government plan to reactivate the agri-food industry to fuel the Movement for Socialism (MAS). He has accused of wanting to wage civil war after blocking the main communication channels of the related parties. Former President Evo Morales has been held in recent weeks in protest at the postponement of the elections, which will eventually take place on October 18th.