Votes are still being counted in Bolivia, following a weekend referendum that asked voters whether they wanted to amend the constitution to allow the president to run for a fourth term.
With more than 80 percent of votes counted, it appears the referendum is headed for defeat. That’s a big blow to President Evo Morales, the first indigenous president, who has been in power for a decade and was looking to extend his time in office.
To discuss the referendum, Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson speaks with Martín Sivak, author of “Evo Morales: The Extraordinary Rise of the First Indigenous President of Bolivia.”
- Martín Sivak, author and journalist. He tweets (in Spanish) @sivakme.
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