Jeanine Áñez ascended to Bolivia’s presidency on a promise to hold elections that could move the country out of a bitter political crisis. Seven months later, uncertainty lingers over when voters will choose a new government. To get some clarity on the state of things, AQ‘s Editor-in-chief Brian Winter speaks with award-winning journalist Raúl Peñaranda.
Brian Winter is the editor-in-chief of Americas Quarterly.
- “Four Urgent Questions on Bolivia’s Election,” by Brendan O’Boyle
- “The Cost of Delayed Votes in Chile, Bolivia and Beyond,” by Emilie Sweigart and Leonie Rauls