Government has invested in infrastructure and social programs, but critics fear ‘the end of democracy’ if Morales wins

Early every morning Juanita Flores walks ten minutes down a newly paved road to climb onto a sparkling new cable car that whisks her to her job selling vegetables in a renovated market in the centre of Bolivia’s capital.

“I get here in half the time it used to take me,” she says, “and in the rainy season I don’t have to slosh through mud anymore.”

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