The future of progress is at stake in the Bolivian October elections

Evo Morales leads the polls but faces other challenges from the right-wing opposition and an increasingly hostile Trump administration, writes KEN LIVINGSTONE.

A buoyant economy and the recent launch of universal healthcare has helped Bolivian President Evo Morales to gain an 11 per cent advantage over his nearest rival, Carlos Mesa, for president in the elections on October 20, according to a new opinion poll published by pro-right-wing opposition outlet El Deber.
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