Four masistas, two dissidents and an opponent, the new directive of Deputies

Four masistas, two dissidents and an opponent, the new directive of Deputies

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In an embarrassing session where there were shouts, jerks and insults, this Sunday the directive that will lead the Chamber of Deputies in the 2021-2022 management was elected. It is made up of four deputies from the ruling Movement Toward Socialism (MAS), three dissidents endorsed by the MAS (two from the Citizen Community (CC) and one from Creemos) and one from the opposition Citizen Community (CC).

The main positions, the presidency and the two vice presidencies, remain in the hands of the ruling party, although formally one of them, the second, is held by a representative of CC, Edwin Rosas Urzagaste, who turned his back on his party to be elected with votes masistas.

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Rosas Urzagaste is representative of the 40 district of Tarija and previously held the position of Secretary within the Education and Health Commission of Deputies and the Health, Sports and Recreation Committee.

The other vice-presidency is in the hands of the masista. Miriam Martinez Michaga, who was confirmed in office as well as the Speaker of the House, Freddy Mamani.

Of the four secretariats, two are occupied by government officials, the first in charge of Alexsandra Zenteno Cardozo and the second in the hands of Enrique Conai Cuyaba. The fourth secretariat is occupied by the dissident of Creemos Sandra Paz Mendez, who already held that position in the previous legislature, which was also endorsed by the votes of the MAS.

You can also read: Dissident deputy from CC argues that he decided to run for the board for the good of Tarija

The opposition is relegated to the third secretariat, which was left in the hands of the CC deputy, Wálter Villagra Romay.

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