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Incumbent neoliberal President Mauricio Macri is planning to formally close his campaign in Cordoba, one of the only large areas to vote for Macri in the primary elections. 

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The request came hours after The OAS raised concerns after an official preliminary count of votes gave Morales a 10-point lead over rival Carlos Mesa.

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On Tuesday morning, CONALCAM, a coalition of Indigenous groups and workers unions that are affiliated to Morales’ ‘Movement Towards Socialism’ held a press conference where they declared a state of emergency, calling for mobilizations in the streets to defend democracy.

The left-wing leader claimed victory on Sunday night adding that “most importantly, we again have an absolute majority in the chambers of Deputies and Senators. That is the result of the consciousness of the Bolivian people.” 

The left-wing leader claimed victory on Sunday night adding that “most importantly, we again have an absolute majority in the chambers of Deputies and Senators. That is the result of the consciousness of the Bolivian people.”

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Protesters are demanding an end to the right-wing ultra-capitalist economic model governing the country which was put in place by Chile's military dictator Augusto Pinochet. 

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The U.S. embassy is always fighting the old race wars, but its ambitions are larger.

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President Morales, widely known as just "Evo," is the favorite to win, with most polls showing as scoring a first-round victory.

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A return to the neoliebral period risks a return to a country where the overwhelming majority lived below the poverty line. It also risks a return to vassalage, of the days when US military bases littered the country and economic policy was determined in Washington.

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"In these elections again, we are going to beat those who sold out our country. We are going to beat the neoliberals, sisters and brothers. We are going to beat those who privatized our natural resources."

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