Bolivians were asked to cast ballots on October 1 for the next president and the next vice president.
But it’s not easy to know who will be in power in the world’s fifth-largest country, which has one of the worlds largest economies and one of Latin Americas highest rates of homicide.
The election is the first to be held since President Evo Morales left office in late 2013.
With just under 5 million people in the country, there are already fears of violence and violence and insecurity.
This week, Morales and his allies, who are seeking a third consecutive term, appealed to Venezuelans to vote.
It’s a tricky vote because there is a large voter base in Bolivia, but there is also an increasing number of people who do not know who is running and who may not even be voting.
We’re seeing an increasing turnout for the first time in the history of Bolivi politics, and we’re going to see it grow.
It is also a political choice for the Bolivis to make.
We are a country of very diverse peoples.
It would be a tragedy if the Bolivan population were to split, and they would all be excluded from power.
That would be unacceptable to all the Bolicans.
It has been a very hard year for Bolivans, but they have a unique chance to get out from under the shadow of President Maduro’s dictatorship.
They have the opportunity to take back control of the country and take on the Maduro regime.
This is the only way to end this violence, this war.
And they’re not just trying to stop the Maduro dictatorship.
This election is going to be a chance to really show what is possible in Bolivia.
It will be a way for Bolivan voters to see that there are alternatives to Maduro.
There are more than 2,000 candidates in this election.
It really is a choice between two very different parties.
The opposition candidate is Boliviano activist Fernando Chávez.
He has been in the opposition for a long time.
Cháves, the leader of the right-wing National Liberation Party, or MELN, has been the most popular candidate in the last three elections, and he has a solid base among Bolivia’s indigenous people.
The center-left candidate is a Bolivarian Socialist Party candidate who has been running in the past as well.
He is also popular among Bolivan citizens.
Both are opposed to Maduro and want to see a political transition.
The winner of the election will be chosen by an assembly of Bolivan candidates and delegates.
This assembly will then decide on a successor to President Morales.
It could be either of them.
The elections were not called until Sunday, but the candidates have already started their campaign and have set their goals.
They’ve also announced their platform.
They will go to Bolivia to explain to the people what their vision is for Bolivia.
What they’re looking for is not only for an end to Maduro’s rule, but for a real political transformation in Bolivia as well, something that would bring a lot of changes in the economy and in the social structure of the Bolívian society.
There have been promises that President Morales and the MELV would do everything possible to change the country’s system of governance.
The country is suffering from a deep social and economic crisis.
They are also facing a severe economic crisis, and this has been compounded by the political crisis that has plagued Venezuela in the wake of the death of President Hugo Chavez.
The current economic crisis has had a huge impact on the lives of Bolívs and their families.
A lot of people are having to put their children up for adoption or are not able to go to school.
So, the economic situation is really severe, and the economic problems are increasing daily.
People are really suffering.
The economic crisis and the political conflict have been exacerbated by the war that has been raging in Venezuela for many years, the war with the United States and other countries that are supporting the Venezuelan opposition.
The government of President Chavez has been very reluctant to address these issues, which is why they’re struggling to deal with the crisis.
President Chávez has been saying, for many months, that he would take up the issue of a new constitution.
The constitution needs to be updated in order to bring peace and stability to this country.
We have to get this constitution right.
And the people of Bolivia have said that they will vote for President Chavez.
They voted for him in the elections in 2013 and 2014.
We should make sure that we do this.
The political struggle is intensifying.
We also have to confront the economic crisis with the political struggle, because these problems have been growing since the last economic crisis of 2008-2009.
The people have been suffering.
We need to make sure we bring the economy back to its full potential.
And there is no better time than now for us to take the first step towards