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Bolivia elections: Evo Morales to face Carlos Mesa in run-off vote

BBC News Monday, 21 October 2019
Evo Morales leads in Sunday's presidential election but not enough to avoid a run-off.
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La Bolivia que heredó Evo Morales hace trece años como un país considerado en desarrollo y estancado en convul-siones sociales es hoy admirada por su crecimiento económico y estabilidad política, con sus luces y sus sombras.

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