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TWEETS WE LIKE!
I visited 7 polling sites w/@codepink’s delegation in both pro-MAS & pro-Mesa areas in La Paz today. I witnessed a mundane, fairly efficient process. The issue now is how the vote gets counted & how exit polls will influence the narrative. Been a long wait for those exit polls... pic.twitter.com/kJzurqJzuf— Max Blumenthal (@MaxBlumenthal) October 19, 2020
.@LeonardoEFA of @codepink says Bolivia's election result, which returns the socialist MAS party to power, was a victory "not just for the Bolivian people, but for democracy in general." The win is "a blow against neoliberalism and fascism" in Bolivia and the region, he says. pic.twitter.com/Y2bznOaGAP— Democracy Now! (@democracynow) October 20, 2020
"It won’t happen in this election, but there is strong Movement for a Peoples Party and after this election, we might just see what the American people want: a strong third party and a multiparty system."— teleSUR English (@telesurenglish) October 22, 2020
By @medeabenjamin @codepink pic.twitter.com/kdhIPE20Fu