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Evo Morales

The current state of the struggle in Bolivia

Demonstration during August strike in El Alto, Bolivia, 2020.

After having narrated the events leading to the coup, we return to Bolivia with the aim of analyzing what has been happening since November of last year until today.

Bolivia’s 18th of Brumaire

Mineros del Comibol en marcha protesta desde Oruro hasta La Paz en el año 85

Analysis of the 2019 coup against Evo Morales in Bolivia, placing it in the longer historical context of Morales' political career as well as the more recent events preceding the coup.

The Pink Tide Turns Black: The failure of the two step strategy in Bolivia

Analysis of the Fascist coup in Bolivia as the result of the failure of pink tide governments to bring change.

They are not Evo supporters! They are Alteños, dammit!

Statement from Colectivo Curva on the resistance of the people of El Alto in response to the ongoing coup attempt in Bolivia. Based in El Alto themselves, Colectivo Curva argue that the native peoples of El Alto remember their history of struggle against the Morales government: they do not fight for him and his party, but against an attack on their communities from the far-right coup plotters.

Morales vs Bolivia’s opposition: the proletariat always loses

Bolivian anarchists on politics in the state as Morales tried to change the constitution in 2008, much to the consternation of the local landed gentry.

Bolivia: class struggle and social crisis

Pamphlet looking at the class struggle in Bolivia underlying the struggle between Evo Morales and the oligarchy.

Bolivian union disapproves of Morales' negotiations with fascists

Evo Morales.

The Central Obrera Boliviana sees no value in the current dialogue between the indigenous-peasant government and the separatist oligarchy. The president is urging the fascist governors to sign a grand national accord in the next four to five days. From the commune, translated from the Spanish from Econoticias Bolivia

Bolivian miners strike against Morales pension reform

Huanuni miners.

The Bolivian government has lost over $1.5 million due to a strike at the country's largest tin mine, Huanuni, where workers are demanding a deeper pension reform.

Bolivia: struggles continue under socialist Morales

Despite the election of Evo Morales from the Movement for Socialism as President of Bolivia, several strikes are in process and the persecution of the landless movement MST continues under the new regime.