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  PartyMovement Towards Socialism
NameLuis Arce Catacora
Votes3,394,052 (55.11%)
Margin1,618,099 (+26.27%)
Term11/08/2020 - 10/01/2025
 Vice President   
Council of Ministers
 Chancellor of Bolivia   
 Minister of Culture   
 Minister of Defense   
  Minister of Education  Víctor Hugo Cárdenas 0 20 +100.00%
  Minister of Energy  Álvaro Guzmán 1 19 +100.00%
  Minister of Government  Arturo Murillo 0 19 +100.00%
  Minister of Health  Aníbal Cruz 1 19 +100.00%
  Minister of Hydrocarbons  Víctor Hugo Zamora 0 19 +100.00%
  Minister of Justice  Álvaro Coímbra 0 19 +100.00%
  Minister of Labor  Oscar Mercado 0 19 +100.00%
  Minister of Mining  Fernando Huallpa 0 19 +100.00%
  Minister of Planning  Carlos Melchor Díaz 0 19 +100.00%
 Minister of Productive Development   
  Minister of Public Works  Iván Arias 0 19 +100.00%
  Minister of Rural Development and Land  Eliane Capobianco 0 20 +100.00%
  Minister of the Economy  José Luis Parada 0 19 +100.00%
  Minister of the Environment and Water  María Elva Pinckert 0 19 +100.00%
  Minister of the Presidency  Yerko Núñez 0 19 +100.00%

Institutions DETAILS
Parents > Bolivia  
Alternate NamesConstitutional President of the Plurinational State of Bolivia; Presidente Constitucional del Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia
Established August 06, 1825
Disbanded Still Active
Last ModifiedBojicat January 04, 2020 12:56pm
Description President elected to a 5-year term for a maximum of two terms until 2017. President Evo Morales' desire to hold onto power past required term limits forced a national referendum in 2016 which wound up upholding them. In late 2017, a regime-allied Constitutional Tribunal reversed the referendum result. All term limits on elected officials, including the president, were subsequently removed.

National disquiet over rigged election primary results on October 20, 2019 increased festering fears that the President had grown repressive and antidemocratic. This led to the overthrow of Evo Morales on November 10, 2019.

Term limits were restored by unanimous consent of Parliament on November 23, 2019 and congressional and presidential results were invalidated.


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Aug 16, 2018 12:00pm General Bolivian president’s new residence is as imposing as it is divisive  Article IndyGeorgia 
Jan 27, 2006 12:00pm News Bolivia leader halves his own pay  Article Servo 
Jun 06, 2005 10:00pm News President quits amid street protests  Article Servo 
Oct 18, 2003 12:00am News Bolivian President Quits Amid Turmoil  Article Picimpalious