Photo Essay: Bolivians Rally For and Against President Evo Morales’ Ability to Run for Fourth Term

Bolivians head to the polls today in a referendum to decide whether or not President Evo Morales can run for a fourth term. In October of 2014 Morales was elected to his third term, and the constitutional amendment up for a vote today would allow him, if re-elected, to remain in office until 2025.  Here is a collection of photos from the Yes campaign, in support of the amendment to allow Morales to run again, and the No campaign, against the constitutional change.

Bolivians head to the polls today in a referendum to decide whether or not President Evo Morales can run for a fourth term. In October of 2014 Morales was elected to his third term, and the constitutional amendment up for a vote today would allow him, if re-elected, to remain in office until 2025.  Here is a collection of photos from the Yes campaign, in support of the amendment to allow Morales to run again, and the No campaign, against the constitutional change. More background information in English on the referendum can be found here and here. – Editor’s note

All photos by William Wroblewski.

Scenes from the Yes campaign:

 

Scenes from the No campaign:

 

William Wroblewski is a journalist based in Bolivia: http://williamwroblewski.com/