The response of the president of the Senate , Eva Copa, was exhaustive: if the president did not promulgate the law within ten days, she would be in charge of fulfilling that task, as established by the Political Constitution of the State. That power struggle was settled in favor of the MAS position, since the interim president decided to mobile phone number list promulgate the law. However, in doing so she accused her rivals, in particular to MAS but also to former president Carlos Mesa, for the probable damage caused by the pandemic in September. This statement, without a doubt, was made more as a presidential candidate than as the mobile phone number list head of the government responsible, precisely, for managing the health crisis.
In this way, the fluctuations in government behavior are explained by the combination of roles and overlapping objectives as candidate and president. mobile phone number list A behavior that, in addition, affected the strategies of his political rivals, since Añez could occupy, according to the polls, the second place, disputed with Mesa, and compete in the runoff with Arce, MAS candidate and favorite in the opinion polls. . Arce's mobile phone number list candidacy was strengthened by the reorganization of the MAS, which recovered its role as a strategic actor.
The weakening of the Añez government occurred in a redefined political context based on a decisive action by the MAS, which on April 30, in accordance with the constitutional norm, formally approved the postponement of the May 3 mobile phone number list elections, but establishing a within 90 days to hold the elections, that is, in the first week of August. From then on, politics returned to center stage, displacing –or competing with– the pandemic. That day, the MAS bench acted, for the first time at this stage, in a compact mobile phone number list way to approve the Law for the Postponement of the 2020 General Elections, a determination that was accompanied by the call for a "firecracker" and "cacerolazo" in various cities under the slogan "Elections Now"