I boicoteo you, you boicoteas me, all us boycott. This is the phrase that today raise the Government and opposition in Bolivia. When four of the nine departments of the country convened to plebiscites on their autonomy statute the President called them to boycott. However, neither he nor his social bases took many actions of force to prevent it and orders to only truancy ran, in the best of cases, in a half of these electorates. Today is the turn to the right to reject the recall referendum that Morales wants to legitimize themselves and ousting rival prefects. This mutual boycott comes dividing the country between high and low lands and Bolivians with lesser and greater revenue. The Government accuses his opponents of rebels and thieves, but does not dare to nationalize its properties. Rivals tick Morales of wanting to be a red autocrat but fear hit him. Both sectors would settle, but Evo does not want to recognize both power elites pro-libre market of the Crescent Moon, or they want to accept as many new changes constitutional. Original author and source of the article.