Bolivia, towards direct political participation.
bolivia | by Daniel Bustillos | 18 Mar, 2004 at 05:12 PM | comments (0) | trackback (0)

Now that constitution reforms allow citizens to directly participate as candidates (without political party affiliation) in elections there is no excuse for daily protests from some sectors. If there is enough representation (through votes) all important players should be represented from now on. This is an important challenge for the population and specially for sindicalists and the so called "pueblos" that protest everyday; they have the chance to easily participate in congress. Bolivian citizens ought to think about the importance of this reform and should make good use of it!.

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