It will no longer teach "anti-imperialist" subjects C Level Executive List and will change its name to "Heroes of Ñancahuazú", which refers to the soldiers who captured and assassinated Ernesto "Che" Guevara in 1967. The new bloc in power C Level Executive List is there to stay, no matter which of its members end up winning the elections on May 3. A center winner would perhaps tone down his more aggressive aspects. But there is no doubt that if the C Level Executive List winner in these elections were the MAS – which is unlikely – the result would not be recognized or accepted.
The illusions that Morales harbors C Level Executive List in exile regarding an “electoral miracle” are vain. The difficulties that his movement is suffering today will be repeated throughout the campaign. The defeat of the MAS is profound and will be C Level Executive List lasting (and, in part, is due to Morales' personal mistakes, which he would do well to accept). Whoever wishes to understand the Bolivian process must review the Latin American history of the second half of the C Level Executive List last century. Nothing newer can compare to it. After the coup against the socialist Salvador Allende on September 11, 1973, Chile became the laboratory of neoliberalism.
Now, the country tries to free itself from C Level Executive List that legacy and move toward a new type of Welfare State. Chile: from September 11 to the end of neoliberalism? The coup d'état of September 11, 1973, thrust Chile into the long and brutal C Level Executive List dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, who implemented deep and far-reaching neoliberal reforms. After this traumatic experience, the country transitioned to democracy in 1989. Successive democratic governments opted for a gradual reform approach that, while helping to guarantee economic growth, did C Level Executive List not touch the pillars of neoliberalism implemented by Pinochet.