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Bolivian Senator Advocates for Citizen-Centric Government Project

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María Alejandra Trujillo
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Bolivian Senator Advocates for Citizen-Centric Government Project

Bolivian Senator Rodrigo Paz Pereira, a member of the Citizens' Community coalition, stressed the importance of a government project that addresses the needs and solves the problems of the population, rather than focusing solely on the candidate's figure. In an interview for the 'Influyentes' program on EL DEBER Radio, Paz emphasized that the opposition needs to propose a project of hope capable of unifying and winning the elections.

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Listening to the Citizenry

He underscored the need to listen to the citizenry directly in the communities, rather than relying solely on polls. Paz proposed conducting open primaries to select candidates in a more democratic and transparent manner.

Political and Economic Situation in Bolivia

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Paz also addressed the current political and economic situation in Bolivia, comparing it to the Argentine crisis of 1998 and mentioning the internal divisions of the government, the economic crisis, and the lack of credits and foreign currencies.

Other Topics Discussed

Other topics such as the recruitment of volunteers by the Governor's office, the arrival of the Virgin's image in Santa Cruz, protests against the Mayor's office for installations in Amboró Park, and activities for World AIDS Day in Santa Cruz were also mentioned.

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