Returning to more , we can observe a C Level Executive List certain mystique that had been lost in 2019 when the campaign was too gray and bureaucratic, based on the use of state infrastructure. How much did that weigh in the results? Last C Level Executive List year's was a wasteful campaign. Evo Morales arrived with his plane, but also with a lot of buses with people, etc. The platforms were almost for public C Level Executive List shows. It was a more "gentrified", we could say, with alliances that came into tension with the origins of that force, even in their candidacies.
Vice President Álvaro García Linera had C Level Executive List once spoken of "including the defeated" to build hegemony, and at one point it seemed as if the defeated had dominated the candidacies, especially from C Level Executive List eastern Bolivia. In the last election, the mosthe felt very insecure in the city centers and campaigned on the margins, he recovered his mystique, and instead of platforms with speakers who spoke for C Level Executive List hours, Arce Catacora organized walks through the most remote neighborhoods of the cities.
He did not approach, just in case, the C Level Executive List urban centers or the rich areas. And that was combined with some talks at universities in a more academic imprint, to convince the most permeable middle sectors. It was a pretty clever campaign. He convinced the loyal vote, but also a good percentage of the middle C Level Executive List class vote that the mosthad been losing. Choquehuanca, the preferred candidate for several grassroots organizations, would not have been able to do this; the ex-foreign minister does not speak the same language, he is more mystical. Arce is someone from the left, but macroeconomically he was characterized by his fiscal prudence, and this double game C Level Executive List allowed him to transfer 50%.