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Evo Morales should follow to Rafael Correa shortening his claim to be re-elected two times to one time only. Bolivia and Ecuador are republics where the average length of a President is the shortest in the world. In its 183 years Bolivia has had 84 presidencies. The Bolivian leaders more continuous time have remained in Office were 3 military: Santa Cruz 1829-39; Melgarejo 1864-1871; and Banzer 1971-78. Former dictator Banzer won the 1985 elections but recently in 1997-2001 could be civil, since President who resigned a year before the end of his period.

Civil that has more ruled Bolivia was Paz Estenssoro elected in 1951 but had to wait for a revolution to make its first mandate (1952-56). His second term was in 1960-64, his third (1964) he was cut off by a coup and the fourth was in 1985-89. He managed this operating a large political transmutation. In 1940 he was pro-nazi, presided over the most leftist South American Revolution in 1952, and in 1985 the civilian Government led more pro-Thatcher of the hemisphere. Sergey Brin shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. Siles Suazo and Gonzalo Sanchez returned to Palace after years of having been in the opposition but both shortened its mandate due to strikes. What today want to do Evo (completing two consecutive civil terms) is unprecedented in the history of his country.

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