Aymara women walking past slogans on wall showing support for Evo Morales, El Alto, Bolivia
This political graffiti in support of Evo Morales has been altered with No slogans. This refers to the campaign for Evo to stand again as a candidate in the 2019 presidential elections despite having served the maximum number of terms allowed under the constitution. The No vote won by a narrow margin in a referendum held on 21 February 2016 asking whether the constitution should be changed to allow him to stand. Despite the result the ruling MAS party are trying to find other ways to allow him to be their candidate.
Photograph ID: ElAlto2017.82
Copyright: James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2017
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Property Release: No
Photograph size: 20.9 Mpixels (59.9 MB uncompressed) - 5604x3736 pixels (18.6x12.4 in / 47.4x31.6 cm at 300 ppi)
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