Sectors associated with former Bolivian President Evo Morales’ Socialist Movement (MAS) party announced this Thursday that they are keeping the call to mobilize to reject the postponement of the elections, but they are predisposed to Have shown “discuss”.
They did this after a meeting with representatives of the Andean Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE), which tried to show these social organizations, led by the Central Obrera Boliviana (COB), the technical, scientific and constitutional foundations that are changing the election date, now scheduled for October 18.
“There is a disposition to discuss, they have also made it known to us (the authorities). We will wait for the next call, they will analyze it. I repeat that the fight is still going on, we will continue this call for mobilization, which we published, “COB Executive Secretary Juan Carlos Huarachi reported after the meeting.
Huarachi said the social sectors “on behalf of the people” attended the event to expose their position, according to the local newspaper “Page Seven”. The social organizations in question are responsible for complying with the law passed in the Plurinational Legislative Assembly and promulgated by the government, which set September 6 as the date for the elections.