Creemos presidential candidate Luis Fernando Camacho has completely ruled out pulling out of the race ahead of the October 18 presidential election in Bolivia, although the split between the rest of the political forces could mean the return to power of the Socialism Movement (MAS) des former President Evo Morales.
“Let them stop dreaming about the old politics and the ones that are being sold. We are not going to get out,” said ERBOL Camacho, one of the leaders of the protests that followed Morales’ victory in the November 2019 election on Am In the end they forced his resignation.
“We’ll win on the pitch, we’ll beat them there, and we’ll win on the 18th,” he added at the end of a campaign event in La Paz, convinced of his options even though the polls put him a long way off in third place Luis Arce, MAS Candidate and Past President Carlos Mesa.
Interim President Jeanine Áñez’s decision to step down from the presidential race to make it easier for the opposition to the MAS to close on a single candidate has sparked speculation and pressure for other candidates with little support to follow their path.