Corruption, lack of competitiveness, anarchy and governmental aggression! A typical day under current coca-grower presidency!

The cartoons shown here were published on August 24, 2015, they represent a “normal” day since the coca grower leader assumed power almost ten years ago… and he intends to perpetuate in power?! … hell NO!!!

This is from El Dia:

Screen Shot 2015-08-24 at 9.42.43 AMIt shows the “effort” to extinguish the allegations of corruption by the “controller” of the Indigenous Fund.

The millionaire misuse of funds under current populist, demagogue ruling party, part of the $150 billion dollars wasted so far under this government.

This is from Los Tiempos:

Screen Shot 2015-08-24 at 9.42.30 AMThey are saying:

Citizen speaking to Avernoy: “there is no doubt that the long-lived Fidel is more rational than ever, he told evo and maduro that is a “priority” to obtain food sovereignty in the region”

Avery: “gosh, mate, after so many years of rationing, the Cubans must dream with well supplied markets”

Kid speaking to Nicola: “what do we need to be again the ‘Bolivian barn’?”

Dog: “more fertilizer and less synthetic grass, kid!” [indirect allusion to the burlesque offering of synthetic soccer fields, all across the nation…]

From El Diario:

Screen Shot 2015-08-24 at 9.42.17 AMPeople talking inside a crowded mini bus:

Citizen 1: “this urban mini bus, will it be for cargo or passengers…?”

Citizen 2: “… for the driver is for all-purpose and … for the municipality is invisible..!”

From La Razon:

Screen Shot 2015-08-24 at 9.43.00 AMAnother mishandling and excessive use of force by this government who claimed to be defender of mother earth and indigenous people.

A policeman is using an oil tower as a club and is hitting hard on an indigenous person that is demanding “prior consultation, now”

In sum, there are too many unsolved cases of corruption; lack of competitiveness, this government only reacts to the instructions of the Castro or Maduro, like a muppet; anarchy over daily life; and governmental aggression, despite their demagogue discourse.

It is just a common, routine day in Bolivia…


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