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Javo Ferreira

Javo is a leading member of the Revolutionary Workers League — Fourth International (LOR-CI) and an editor of our sister site La Izquierda Diario Bolivia. He is author of the book Comunidad, indigenismo y marxismo (Community, Indigenism, and Marxism).

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The Results of the MAS Victory, Explained: Interview with a Bolivian Socialist

Javo Ferreira, a leader of the LOR-CI and editor for La Izquierda Diario, Bolivia, discusses the results of Bolivia’s anxiously anticipated presidential election and how the political situation has changed with the defeat of the coup government and the victory of the MAS.

Fear and Uncertainty as Bolivians Take to the Polls in First Election since U.S. Sponsored Coup

On Sunday, Bolivia will hold its first elections since the coup last November. Right-wing realignments make a second round of voting more likely. The conciliatory policy of the MAS weakens and demoralizes those who want to fight, and it strengthens right-wing objectives. We must prepare the workers and the people to independently organize and mobilize.

Coup and Resistance in Bolivia

The coup against Evo Morales spells disaster for peasants, workers, and indigenous people. But the popular resistance shows the potential to overturn it.

The Return of the Indigenous Struggle in Bolivia

The resistance to the right-wing coup in Bolivia has developed under the banners of the indigenous peoples. The working class needs to take up these demands as its own. We publish here the prologue to the third edition of Javo Ferreira’s book Comunidad, indigenismo y marxismo (Community, Indigenism, and Marxism).