Bolivia’s election results are expected to be announced on October 25, Arce will lead sharply
October 23. According to the South American Overseas Chinese News Network, the general election in Bolivia is currently underway.
According to the vote count published by the country’s Supreme Electoral Court, as of 7:59 on the 21st local time, 9 provinces across the country Among them, five provinces have completed the vote-counting work for the general election.
The left-wing party’s “Movement for Socialism” presidential candidate and former Minister of Economy, Luis Arce, has a significant lead in the vote.
According to reports, the provinces that completed the vote counting for the general election were Tarija, Chuquisaca, Oruro, Pando and Beni, and no records of invalid votes were reported.
According to the report, Arce’s vote rate was 54.11% of the counted valid votes; Carlos Mesa, the candidate of the centrist Citizen Social Party, got 29.49% of the vote; the right-wing party ranked third in the vote. We believe in Fernando Camacho, the candidate of the League, who got 14.3% of the votes.
According to the Constitution of Bolivia, a presidential candidate who gets more than 50% of the votes, or gets more than 40% of the votes and gets more than 10% of the second place, can be elected president. Therefore, Arce has a great chance of winning.
According to reports, the official final result of the Bolivian election is expected to be announced on October 25.