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2020–2025 Term of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly
Asamblea Legislativa Plurinacional
2nd
Frontal view of the new Plurinational Legislative Assembly from the Plaza Murillo
The old Legislative Palace and the new Assembly headquarters
Overview
Legislative bodyPlurinational Legislative Assembly
Meeting placeNew ALP Building, Plaza Murillo, La Paz[1]
Term3 November 2020 (2020-11-03) –
Election2020 general election
GovernmentMovement for Socialism
OppositionCivic Community
Creemos
Websitevicepresidencia.gob.bo
web.senado.gob.bo
diputados.bo
Chamber of Deputies
Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia (present).svg
Members130
President of the Chamber of DeputiesFreddy Mamani Laura (MAS-IPSP)
First Vice PresidentMiriam Martínez
(MAS-IPSP)
Second Vice PresidentEdwin Rosas (PG)
Party controlMovement for Socialism
Chamber of Senators
Bolivie Sénat 2020.svg
Members36
President of the Assembly[a]David Choquehuanca (MAS-IPSP)
President of the Chamber of SenatorsAndrónico Rodríguez (MAS-IPSP)
First Vice PresidentSimona Quispe Apaza
(MAS-IPSP)
Second Vice PresidentSantiago Ticona (CC)
Party controlMovement for Socialism

The 3rd Plurinational Legislative Assembly of Bolivia (Spanish: 3° Asamblea Legislativa Plurinacional de Bolivia; ALP) is the current meeting of the legislative branch of the Bolivian government, composed of the Chamber of Senators and the Chamber of Deputies. It convened in La Paz on 3 November 2020 during the final week of Jeanine Áñez's presidency and will end in 2025. It will meet during all five years of Luis Arce's presidency.

The 2020 general elections decided control of both chambers. In both the Chamber of Deputies and Senate, the Movement for Socialism retained their majority —albeit reduced from the two-thirds supermajority from the 2nd Plurinational Legislative Assembly. This assembly marks the first time in which women make up the majority of the legislature as a whole at 51.9 percent of parliamentarians. In the Senate, women make up the absolute majority at 55.5 percent of senators while in the Chamber of Deputies, they reach near gender parity at 46.9 percent of deputies.[2]

This legislature has been characterized by frequent inter-party conflicts and quarrels. The ruling Movement for Socialism failed to attain a supermajority in either chamber—as it had done in the previous assemblies—granting the opposition a higher degree of discretion over decisions requiring the support of two-thirds of legislators. However, amendments to the regulations of both chambers approved by the preceding legislature shortly before this assembly's formal installation abrogated the two-thirds requirement for numerous parliamentary procedures, leading political analysts to note the effective neutralization of the opposition's ability to operate. Subsequent disputes and accusations by the opposition of abuse of parliamentary procedure purportedly perpetrated by the ruling party have resulted in disorderly behavior and even physical violence during legislative sessions regarding the election of members to commissions and the passage of controversial bills.

History[edit]

Two-thirds controversy[edit]

Though the Movement for Socialism (MAS-IPSP) achieved a first-round victory in the 2020 general elections, winning absolute majorities in both the Senate —nineteen seats— and Chamber of Deputies —sixty-six seats— the party fell just shy of attaining a supermajority of two-thirds of the legislators in either chamber, as it had done in the two previous legislative terms. In the Senate, the MAS won twenty-one seats, three short of the twenty-four necessary to achieve a two-thirds in that chamber, and in the lower house, it won seventy-five seats; eighty-seven deputies are required to reach a supermajority in the Chamber of Deputies, leaving the MAS twelve seats short. In total, of the 166 seats making up both chambers, the MAS held ninety-six, leaving it fourteen behind of the 110 votes necessary to attain two-thirds in a plenary session.[3]

As a result, the MAS was placed in a situation in which it would be forced to negotiate with the opposition on matters requiring two-thirds of the assembly's support, a fact that had not been the case for over a decade, since the opening of the 2010–2015 legislature in January 2010. Political Scientist Franklin Pareja noted that, without two-thirds, the MAS would no longer be able to circumvent legislative debate and pass laws without discussing with the opposition, as it had grown accustomed to doing in previous years. For Pareja, this would hopefully provide for a "healthier" legislature.[3]

In this context, a major controversy arose when on 27 and 28 October 2020, both chambers in the outgoing assembly used the final hours of their term to amend the articles of their general regulations, eliminating the two-thirds threshold for measures such as the modification of parliamentary committees, the agenda for sessions, promotions of certain public and military officials, and the appointment of ambassadors, reducing the requirement to a simple majority. However, measures requiring two-thirds of both chambers as established by the Constitution, such as the appointment of the prosecutor general, the ombudsman, the comptroller, or members of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal, remained unchanged.[4]

Outgoing senator Ciro Zabala (MAS) explained the new rules as "an administrative change" meant to push aside "obstacles" to Luis Arce's mandate.[5] For his part, President-elect Arce endorsed the move, stating that "what our Assembly has done is maintain legality […] and there should be no concern".[6] Nonetheless, the opposition denounced the change. Outgoing deputy Shirley Franco called it "an affront to democracy. They eliminate the two-thirds to nullify the opposition". At the same time, Carlos Mesa, leader of Civic Community (CC), decried the rule change as an "unacceptable and illegitimate maneuver".[5] Similarly, Creemos leader Luis Fernando Camacho characterized the regulatory amendment as an "outrage", stating: "the MAS will never leave behind its dictatorial impulse".[7]

Newspaper Página Siete reported that, in this way, "[the] MAS neutralizes the opposition for five years", primarily due to the fact that the ruling party was now capable of closing legislative debate by a simple majority.[6] Political analyst Williams Bascopé also noted that the MAS' ability to change the legislative agenda at will provided for the possibility of opposition legislators entering the assembly without being informed of what would be discussed in that session.[8]

At Arce's inauguration, Mesa and the entire CC caucus left the hemicycle of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly in protest prior to the end of the ceremony. In a press conference, Mesa announced CC's intent to file an appeal with the Plurinational Constitutional Court (TCP) demanding the unconstitutionality of the annulment of the two-thirds requirement.[9] Three days later, the alliance formally presented the TCP with an appeal containing the signatures of all fifty CC legislators.[10]

New assembly building[edit]

Bench of the Deputies' Directive in the hemicycle of the lower house.

This legislative session saw the completion and inauguration of a new Plurinational Assembly headquarters to replace the previous Legislative Palace. The decision to establish a new building was sanctioned by Law N° 313, which also authorized the erection of a new executive building, the Casa Grande del Pueblo, completed in 2018. Construction began in 2016, under the charge of the firm Asociación Accidental Constructoras Bolivianas (Construbol). By the end, the total State investment in the project amounted to Bs473.2 million.[11]

A hallway adorned with Aymara and Quechua iconography and symbols.

The new legislature covers 44,000m2 with nine underground levels and twenty above-ground floors, allowing it to be seen from anywhere in La Paz and El Alto. It is topped by a cubic structure containing the hemicycle of the Chamber of Senators on levels fourteen and fifteen and the Chamber of Deputies on levels seventeen through twenty. The cube measures a length of thirty-six meters, meant to represent the thirty-six nationally recognized indigenous nations. Additionally, the various offices and corridors are adorned with motifs and artwork from all of these groups.[11]

The new building was inaugurated on 2 August 2020 with the presence of the president, vice president, and most legislators of the ruling party. In his speech, President Arce declared that the legislature symbolized "a new stage" in the country's history. Vice President David Choquehuanca pointed to its establishment as a measure of "decolonized thinking" in the country. Likewise, President of the Chamber of Deputies Freddy Mamani Laura stated that, with the inauguration of the new infrastructure, Bolivia enters a new "era", definitively leaving behind the Republic of Bolivia that was superseded by the Plurinational State through the passage of the 2009 Constitution.[12][13]

Neither CC nor Creemos participated in the inauguration of the new building. In a statement, CC characterized its establishment as "an affront to the country" that wastes economic resources in the midst of a health crisis in order to "satisfy the megalomania of Evo Morales". Creemos Senator Centa Rek stated that the decision of its caucus not to attend was due to the fact it had "nothing to celebrate […] because we are cut in our rights and legislative functions, and they do not allow us to participate and influence the laws that are approved".[14]

Transfuge in the opposition[edit]

Ethics Commission: split in Creemos[edit]

photograph of Omar Rueda
photograph of Runy Callaú
photograph of Tito Caero
photograph of Sandra Paz
From left to right, top to bottom: Omar Rueda, Runy Callaú, Tito Caero, and Sandra Paz.

While the MAS lay three votes away from reaching two-thirds in the Senate, the daily El Deber noted that swaying that many opposition senators to break ranks would be "almost impossible". However, in the Chamber of Deputies, with its larger pool of possible defectors, the situation was different. Outgoing deputy Amílcar Barral stated that, while it would be difficult, "I would not be surprised if […] some legislators from the Civic Community and Creemos […] betray their parties and go to support the MAS". He pointed out that this had previously occurred with some senators and deputies in the previous two assemblies.[3]

The first instance of such an occurrence came on 28 January 2021, when Edwin Bazán, head of the Creemos caucus in the Chamber of Deputies, announced the alliance's expulsion of four of its deputies —Tito Caero, Runy Callau, Sandra Paz, and Omar Rueda— for what he described as "moral turpitude".[15] The decision came due to the events of a month prior, in which, on 22 December 2020, the four expelled deputies presented Rueda as a nominee to the Ethics Commission against Bazán, who was nominated by the rest of the Creemos caucus. With MAS support, Rueda was elected to the commission while Bazán was not taken into account.[16] Bazán denounced that, in this way, the MAS achieved a majority on the commission, with three of its own deputies and one dissident to the two of CC, a fact he indicated they would use to intimidate the opposition with sanctions and legal processes.[15][17] As a result, Bazán announced his alliance's intent to file a lawsuit with the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) for political transfuge in order to regain the seat.[15] In response, Rueda affirmed that neither he nor his compatriots were allied to the MAS but that they did not hold "favoritism to anyone". He further outlined that his expulsion was not valid because Creemos was not a national political party but, instead, remained a political alliance and, as such, did not have registered members to expel.[18] MAS deputy Estefanía Morales pointed out that Bazán himself and other Creemos deputies had run in the annulled 2019 elections as members of CC and later joined Creemos for the 2020 election. She went on to characterize the alliance's disagreements as "internal issues that must be resolved in their caucus".[19] On 1 February 2022, the TSE rejected Creemos' complaint.[20][21]

The net result of this was that the MAS reduced the number of legislators it needed to reach two-thirds of the assembly from fourteen to ten. Political analyst Gregorio Lanza stated that the co-option of four Creemos deputies into the MAS had origins in the "fundamentally electoral" formation of the opposition, established for purposes of running in elections and "not united by ideas and vision of the country". He also pointed to the general issue of corruption in the country as a compounding factor.[22][23]

All of the defecting parliamentarians represent Santa Cruz and are members of Solidarity Civic Unity (UCS), a component party of the Creemos alliance that supported the presidential campaign of Camacho in 2020 and is led by Santa Cruz Mayor Jhonny Fernández. They make up the entire bloc of UCS members that were elected as titular deputies alongside four alternate deputies and one alternate senator —Fernández's daughter, Paola— who were also elected as representatives of the party.[24] Creemos deputy José Carlos Gutiérrez of Santa Cruz contended that the strategy of the MAS was to achieve the suspension of four incumbents in order to allow their UCS alternates to take the seats.[25] On 6 November, one of these alternate deputies, José Luis Durán, also broke with Creemos and joined the ranks of the dissidents.[26] With the departure of five legislators from Creemos, all from the UCS faction, criticism was raised against Fernández. In response, the Santa Cruz mayor assured that he has "no alliance with the MAS" but also, with the elections over, "no alliance with Creemos" either. In terms of the disunity in Creemos, he qualified Camacho as wholly responsible as party leader for any disagreements within his organization.[22]

Quarrel over the Deputies Directive[edit]

photograph of Edwin Rosas
photograph of Keyla Ortiz
From left to right: Edwin Rosas and Keyla Ortiz.

On 30 August 2021, CC deputy Samantha Nogales denounced that members of the MAS had offered bribes in exchange for her vote in favor of a trial of responsibilities against former president Jeanine Áñez, a process that requires two-thirds support.[27] The following day, CC's Senate leader Andrea Barrientos revealed in a press conference that more than four of its deputies had been offered bribes.[28] In response, President of the Chamber of Deputies Freddy Mamani Laura announced his intent to report Nogales to the Ethics Commission for making claims without presenting evidence.[29] MAS Senator Leonardo Loza denied the allegations, stating that "the right is not committed to the people, it is not committed to the country, it is only committed to generating false discourse".[30]

Tensions over the defection of opposition legislators came to a head in November 2021 on the occasion of the renewal of the Chamber of Deputies Directive made up of the president, first and second vice presidents, and first through fourth secretaries, of which the second vice presidency and third and fourth secretariats correspond to the opposition as outlined in the chamber's general regulations. On behalf of CC, Carlos Alarcón announced Enrique Urquidi and Walter Villagra, respectively, as their nominees for second vice president and third secretary. However, on 6 November, CC faced an internal crisis when two of its deputies, Edwin Rosas and Keyla Ortiz, declared themselves candidates for these positions. Additionally, the four Creemos dissidents rejected their caucus' nomination of Oscar Michel Flores to the fourth secretariat, instead promoting the continuation of current secretary Sandra Paz in the position. Amid threats and shouts, Mamani delayed the vote in order to allow the opposition to reach a consensus.[26] The following day, CC elected to expel both deputies from its ranks.[31]

In order to block the election, rescheduled for the morning of 7 November, the opposition held a vigil in the Chamber of Deputies the night prior. To circumvent this, the MAS moved its members to the former Legislative Palce —out of use since the inauguration of a new headquarters in August— and installed the session without the presence of the opposition. Amid protests, Mamani granted the minority parties a twenty-five-minute stay, after which the session began again with their presence.[32]

In what Opinión described as "embarrassing" and Los Tiempos called a "scandal", the directive elections were carried out on 7 November. The vote took place amid an atmosphere of screams, insults, pushing, and shoving; at one point, deputies poured water on each other while others tore up their ballots denouncing a "legislative coup". The final result was the reelection of Mamani to the presidency of the Chamber of Deputies, with MAS deputies taking the first vice presidency and first and second secretariats. The dissident Rosas was elected second vice president while Paz continued as fourth secretary. Ortiz was not chosen, with the position of third secretary being granted to Villagra, allowing for one opposition deputy in the chamber's directive.[33][34][35] Why the MAS elected to ratify Villagra as third secretary is unclear.[36]

External video
Bolivian national cockade
Luis Arce delivers his government report amid shouts and ovations
video icon Luis Arce da informe de gobierno

With the effective adhesion of two deputies from CC, the MAS now requires eight parliamentarians to reach two-thirds in the assembly: five deputies and three senators.[37] In view of this, both opposition caucuses assured that the amount of possible "turncoats" within their parties had been exhausted. For Creemos, Deputy Khaline Moreno reported that "we are more united than ever" after the removal of some of its members.[22] Likewise, Luciana Campero, Rosas' alternate, guaranteed that, of the seventy-eight CC deputies and their alternates, the remaining seventy-six had reached full consensus.[38]

According to political analyst Hugo San Martín, the relative ease with which the MAS achieves the defection of opposition parliamentarians stems from the fact that "ideological parties" have become "practically non-existent" since the collapse of the traditional political parties in the early 2000s. San Martín asserts that "opposition parties are generated at the influx of elections", leading to "improvised people, who come to parliament and are free thinkers". For CC deputy Toribia Lero, instances of political transfuge result in the "weakening of the little democracy that remains in the country" by keeping the legislature "submissive and obedient". On the other hand, Vice Minister Jorge Silva —a member of the MAS— argues that the opposition "cannot blame the MAS" because it "is going to make the most advisable political decision" when presented the opportunity.[39]

The agitation of the deputies carried into the following day when President Arce delivered his management report after one year in office. The majority of his speech was largely drowned out by shouts for and against him by different legislators, with some members of the opposition raising banners and blowing whistles in protest.[40] Shortly after the session, MAS deputy Héctor Arce accused his colleague from Creemos, Tatiana Añez, of grabbing and scratching his neck when he tried to stop her from moving to the front to interrupt the president. She, in turn, accused him of grabbing her arm and punching her in the stomach.[41]

Sessions shutting out opposition[edit]

Military promotions[edit]

In December 2021, the Senate attempted to address two draft regulations related to the Armed Forces. The first was Chamber Resolution 004/2021–2022, ratifying a series of military promotions issued by President Arce. The second was Chamber Resolution 005/2021–2022, which ratified the promotions of military personnel that occurred in 1989 and 1990 but precluded those issued in 1987 and 1988. Such laws necessitated the support of two-thirds of the legislators present. The opposition refused to approve the regulations, stating that they contained payroll modifications that contravened the Organic Law of the Armed Forces. They asked that the relevant documents be reviewed to ensure that they were in accordance with the list of promotions originally sent to the Senate in 2019. On 21 December, the MAS attempted twice in vain to install a reserved session to approve the list of promotions sent by the executive. In both cases, the ruling party achieved twenty-two votes in favor —the entire MAS caucus plus one unidentified opposition senator— failing to reach the required twenty-four vote majority by just two votes. As a result, the issue was postponed until January of the following year.[42][43]

Legislative session to elect the Ethics Commission is suspended
57th Ordinary Session of the Chamber of Deputies. 17 February 2022, Plurinational Legislative Assembly, La Paz (51888551529).jpg
Deputies enter a scuffle amid protests over the election of members of the commission.
video icon José Carlos Gutiérrez y Omar Rueda intercambian gritos y desafíos
video icon Pelea entre Luciana Campero y Gloria Callizaya

The 43rd regular session of the Senate was scheduled for 9:00 a.m. on 20 January 2022. On that occasion, four CC senators —Andrea Barrientos, Javier Martínez, Daly Santa María, and Fernando Vaca— ran late for various reasons. Upon arriving, they were informed that in their absence, the MAS had achieved the necessary two-thirds to install a reserved session, and they were thus prohibited from entering the hemicycle. Barrientos decried the session as "forced and illegitimate", pointing out that no part of the Senate Regulations establish that senators may be precluded from entering a reserved session once it has begun.[44] Senator Santa María stated that she and her colleagues had arrived at or around 9:20 a.m. but had nonetheless been locked out of the Senate despite having a half-hour grace period. Given the absence of the four opposition senators, the MAS passed the questioned military promotion regulations with the support of two-thirds of the legislators present.[45] Following the session, President of the Senate Andrónico Rodríguez assured that no irregularities had occurred. He pointed out that one MAS senator had also been excluded from the session for the same reason.[44]

Ethics Commission II[edit]

The following month, a similar situation occurred in the Chamber of Deputies. On 17 February 2022, the chamber installed a session to renew the membership of the Ethics Commission. Though majorities in both CC and Creemos presented their own lists of candidates, dissidents from both blocs presented themselves instead. Of these was Deputy Keyla Ortiz, the only opposition dissident who failed to gain a position on the Chamber of Deputies Directive in November 2021.[46] Deputy Carlos Alarcón denounced that for this, the MAS "owed [her] a favor" and that they intended to elect her to the commission, though the ruling party denied that that was the case.[47] Regardless, the session quickly devolved into protests, shouts, and shoves. Among the complainants was Deputy José Carlos Gutiérrez of Creemos. He denounced that in the previous year, most of the twenty-seven complaints sent to the commission were against members of the MAS, but they were all rejected with the support of the dissident Omar Rueda. In contrast, all complaints against opposition deputies were accepted. This accusation provoked a shouting match between Gutiérrez and Rueda, in which the latter stated: "Let's go outside, let's go outside. I'm going to teach you respect […]". In another instance, Deputy Luciana Campero of CC denounced that her MAS colleague Gloria Callizaya had grabbed her from behind while she was protesting at the front of the hemicycle. The lack of order forced President Mamani to suspend the session for a later date.[48]

The session reconvened on 21 February in a process condemned as "rigged" by the opposition. Alarcón denounced that its installation had been called just fifteen minutes in advance, making it impossible for a large part of the opposition to arrive from their respective departments. In response, Deputy Gualberto Arispe of the MAS noted that the previous session had only been intermediately suspended and could thus have been reinstated "at any moment". The few present opposition legislators boycotted the session in protest, leaving the MAS to approve the conformation of the Ethics Commission. No members of the opposition were selected, with dissidents Ortiz of CC and Tito Caero of Creemos being elected to the commission.[49]

Ombudsman election[edit]

Legislative session to call an election for an ombudsman is suspended
Call for the new Ombudsman. 9 March 2022, Plurinational Legislative Assembly, La Paz (51928832526).jpg
Legislators of the ruling party and opposition exchange shouts, shoves, and whistles.
video icon Suspenden sesión legislativa para convocatoria a elección del Defensor

The Constitution delegates the task of appointing a new ombudsman to the Legislative Assembly. Crucially, the selection process necessitates two-thirds support from both chambers of the legislature; that is, the MAS could not elect a new official without opposition support. In January 2019, incumbent ombudsman David Tezanos Pinto resigned, leaving Nadia Cruz as the acting authority, a position that by 2022 she had maintained for more than three years. Cruz's tenure had been criticized by the opposition, who alleged that she carried a partisan bias in favor of the MAS. Since the inauguration of Arce, they had pushed for the legislature to call an election to appoint a new authority.[50]

On 25 February 2022, the MAS presented a draft bill to initiate the selection and appointment process of the ombudsman.[50] In a marathon session on 5 March, the majority-MAS Mixed Commission of the Legislative Constitution approved the regulations to initiate the selection process. Although the MAS took into account some adjustments suggested by the opposition, they were nonetheless criticized for presenting a draft regulation that gave the Mixed Commission complete control over the pre-selection of prospective candidates. Legal analysts agreed that since the MAS controlled the commission, it would only approve MAS-aligned candidates to be presented before the full legislature.[51][52]

On 9 March, the Senate and Chamber of Deputies installed a legislative session to approve the regulations and issue the call for a new ombudsman. As soon as the session began, CC Senator Silvia Salame of Chuquisaca raised a preliminary motion to establish that the regulation face the approval of two-thirds of the Legislative Assembly. Salame argued that since the Constitution states that the election of the ombudsman requires two-thirds support, necessarily the regulation must also be approved by that amount. Vice President Choquehuanca initially rejected this and asked that the draft bill be read. However, Salame insisted that parliamentary rules dictated that her motion be considered first. To this, Choquehuanca conceded, and he put the motion up for consideration.[53]

The subsequent events were described as "embarrassing" by multiple media outlets. The debate on Salame's motion erupted into general disorder, with shouts and whistles, as well as physical confrontations between legislators.[54][55] In one incident, Deputy Samantha Nogales of CC entered into an argument with Deputy Tania Paniagua of the MAS in which Senator Andrea Barrientos of CC also intervened to separate the two, culminating in Nogales being thrown to the ground. Barrientos subsequently made her way to the front of the hemicycle to demand that the vice president suspend the session, but was she also met with blows by Paniagua and two other assemblywomen.[56] The quarrel forced Choquehuanca to immediately close the session for the day and summon caucus leaders to impose order over their subordinate parliamentarians.[54][55]

Together with the vice president, caucus leaders met to discuss a solution to the legislative impasse on 14 March. After some hours of negotiations, leaders from all three caucuses announced that they had reached consensus and would reconvene the legislative session the following day. The amended draft regulation excluded multiple provisions, including those that expanded the power of the Mixed Commission to pre-select candidates. Carlos Alarcón of CC and José Carlos Gutiérrez of Creemos both assured that their caucuses would support the bill.[57] The following day, legislators unanimously passed the bill calling for the election of a new ombudsman.[58]

Party summary[edit]

Chamber of Senators
Party
(shading indicates control)
Total Vac.
MAS CC CRMS
3 November 2020 21 11 4 36 0
Latest voting share 58.3% 30.6% 11.1%
Chamber of Deputies
Party
(shading indicates control)
Total Vac.
MAS Dis.[b] CC CRMS
3 November 2020 75 0 39 16 130 0
28 January 2021[c] 4 12
29 June 2021[d] 38 129 1
6 October 2021[d] 39 130 0
7 November 2021[e] 6 37
Latest voting share 62.3% 28.5% 9.2%


Leadership[edit]

The Bolivian Constitution designates the vice president as president of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly. The Constitution also calls for a president of the Chamber of Senators and of the Chamber of Deputies, to serve as the presiding officer over their respective bodies. Each body's general regulations defines a Chamber Directive elected each year from among its full members by an absolute majority of those present, respecting gender equity criteria. In the Senate, this directive is composed of a president, first vice president, second vice president, first secretary, second secretary, and third secretary. General regulations assert that the presidency, first vice presidency, and the first and third secretariats correspond to the majority bloc; and the second vice presidency and second secretariat correspond to the minority bloc.[62] In the Chamber of Deputies, the directive is composed of a president, first vice president, second vice president, first secretary, second secretary, third secretary, and fourth secretary. General regulations assert that the presidency, first vice presidency, and the first and second secretariats correspond to the majority bloc; and the second vice presidency and the third and fourth secretariats correspond to the minority bloc.[63]

Assembly President
Senate President
Deputies President
Plurinational Legislative Assembly
Portfolio Vice President Party Department Term Ref.
Took office Left office Days
President of the Plurinational
Legislative Assembly
[a]
David Choquehuanca MAS-IPSP La Paz 8 November 2020 Incumbent 566 [64]
Chamber of Senators
Portfolio Senator Party Department Term Ref.
Took office Left office Days
President of the
Chamber of Senators
Andrónico Rodríguez MAS-IPSP Cochabamba 4 November 2020 Incumbent 570 [65][66]
First Vice President Lindaura Rasguido MAS-IPSP Oruro 4 November 2020 4 November 2021 365 [65]
Simona Quispe Apaza MAS-IPSP La Paz 4 November 2021 Incumbent 205 [66]
Second Vice President Rodrigo Paz Pereira CC-PG Tarija 4 November 2020 4 November 2021 365 [65]
Santiago Ticona CC Chuquisaca 4 November 2021 Incumbent 205 [66]
First Secretary Gladys Alarcón MAS-IPSP Tarija 4 November 2020 4 November 2021 365 [65]
Pedro Benjamín Vargas MAS-IPSP Potosí 4 November 2021 Incumbent 205 [66]
Second Secretary Centa Rek Creemos Santa Cruz 4 November 2020 4 November 2021 365 [65]
Julio Romaña Creemos Pando 4 November 2021 Incumbent 205 [66]
Third Secretary Roxana "Suka" Nacif MAS-IPSP Beni 4 November 2020 4 November 2021 365 [65]
Miguel Rejas MAS-IPSP Tarija 4 November 2021 Incumbent 205 [66]
Chamber of Deputies
Portfolio Deputy Party Constituency Term Ref.
Took office Left office Days
President of the
Chamber of Deputies
Freddy Mamani Laura MAS-IPSP List – LPZ 3 November 2020 Incumbent 571 [67][68]
First Vice President Elsa Alí Ramos MAS-IPSP List – PTS 3 November 2020 7 November 2021 369 [67]
Miriam Martínez MAS-IPSP 29 – ORU 7 November 2021 Incumbent 202 [68]
Second Vice President Gustavo Aliaga CC List – LPZ 3 November 2020 7 November 2021 369 [67]
Edwin Rosas[f] PG 40 – TRJ 7 November 2021 Incumbent 202 [68]
First Secretary Patricio Mendoza MAS-IPSP 49 – SCZ 3 November 2020 7 November 2021 369 [67]
Alexsandra Zenteno MAS-IPSP List – TRJ 7 November 2021 Incumbent 202 [68]
Second Secretary Jorge Yucra MAS-IPSP 3 – CHQ 3 November 2020 7 November 2021 369 [67]
Enrique Cunai MAS-IPSP Special – BNI 7 November 2021 Incumbent 202 [68]
Third Secretary Walter Villagra CC-FRI List – LPZ 3 November 2020 Incumbent 571 [67]
Fourth Secretary Sandra Paz[f] UCS List – SCZ 3 November 2020 Incumbent 571 [67]

Composition[edit]

Senate[edit]

All thirty-six seats and thirty-six alternates were filled by election in October 2020.[70] This legislative term marks the first time in Bolivian history in which women make up a majority of the Senate's composition. Of the thirty-six seats, twenty correspond to women, that is, 55.5% of the chamber. In individual party caucuses, women make up ten of the twenty-one MAS senators (47.6%), eight of the eleven from CC (72.7%), and two of the four from Creemos (50%). This result is due to the fact that the three political organizations that achieved Senate representation predominantly placed women at the top of their electoral lists.[71]

All thirty-six titular senators were sworn in on 3 November 2020.[72] All but one of the thirty-six alternate senators were sworn in six days later on 9 November.[73] Zvonko Matkovic did not arrive to take the oath until 19 November.[74]

Current Chamber of Senators composition by department
Department Titular Senator Party Alternate Senator[g] Ref.
Chuquisaca Roberto Padilla Bedoya (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Roberto Padilla Movement for
Socialism
Laura Parraga [75]
Trinidad Rocha Robles (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Trinidad Rocha Movement for
Socialism
Germán Moscoso
Arancibia
German Moscoso Arancibia (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [76][77]
Silvia Gilma Salame Farjat (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Silvia Salame Civic
Community
Jorge Antonio
Zamora
Jorge Antonio Zamora Tardío (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [78][79]
Santiago Ticona Yupari (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Santiago Ticona Civic
Community
Sarai Reinaga
La Madrid
Sarai Betsabeth Reinaga La Madrid (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [80][81]
La Paz Virginia Velasco Condori (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Virginia Velasco Movement for
Socialism
Hilarión Padilla[h] [84]
Felix Ajpi Ajpi (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Felix Ajpi Movement for
Socialism
Yolanda
Ponce Condo
Yolanda María Ponce Condo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [85][86]
Simona Quispe Apaza (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Simona Quispe
Apaza
Movement for
Socialism
Guido Varela [87]
Cecilia Isabel Requena Zárate (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Cecilia Requena Civic
Community
Porfirio Menacho Porfirio Ovidio Menacho Tarquino (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [88][89]
Cochabamba Leonardo Loza (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Leonardo Loza Movement for
Socialism
Lucy Escobar Lucy Sara Escobar Velasco (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [90][91]
María Patricia Arce Guzmán (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Patricia Arce Movement for
Socialism
Hermo Perez Hermo Perez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [92][93]
Andrónico Rodríguez Ledezma (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Andrónico
Rodriguez
Movement for
Socialism
Emiliana
Dilma Cabrera
[94]
Andrea Bruna Barrientos Sahonero (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Andrea
Barrientos
Civic
Community
Guillermo Seoane Luis Guillermo Silvestre Seoane Flores (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [95][96]
Oruro Miguel Pérez Sandoval (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Miguel Pérez
Sandoval
Movement for
Socialism
Mery Choque Mery Rosalía Choque Torrez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [97][98]
Lindaura Rasguido Mejía (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Lindaura
Rasguido
Movement for
Socialism
Gilmar Huarachi [99]
Rubén Gutiérrez Carrizo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Rubén Gutiérrez Movement for
Socialism
Laura Lujan Laura Marlene Lujan Condori (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [100][101]
María Vania Rocha Muñoz (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Vania Rocha Civic
Community
Fernando Dehne [102][103]
Potosí Hilarión Mamani Navarro (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Hilarión Mamani Movement for
Socialism
Elena Aguilar Flores [104]
Ana María Castillo Negrette (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Ana María
Castillo
Movement for
Socialism
Santos Ramos Santos Ramos Socpaza (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [105][106]
Pedro Benjamín Vargas Fernández (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Pedro Benjamín
Vargas
Movement for
Socialism
Hilda Vega Rocha [107]
Daly Cristina Santa María Aguirre (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Daly Santa María Civic
Community
Pedro Lagrava Pedro Lagrava Burgoa (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [108][109]
Tarija Rodrigo Paz Pereira (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Rodrigo Paz
Pereira
Civic
Community

(PG)
Zoya Zamora[i] Elizabet Zoya Zamora Arce (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [111][112]
Nely Verónica Gallo Soruco (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Nely Gallo Civic
Community
Javier Martínez Javier Franz Martínez Espinoza (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [113][114]
Gladys Valentina Alarcón Farfán (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Gladys Alarcón Movement for
Socialism
Luis Casso Vaca [115]
Miguel Ángel Rejas Vargas (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Miguel Rejas Movement for
Socialism
Natividad Aramayo Natividad Aramayo Paredes (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [116][117]
Santa Cruz Centa Lothy Rek López (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Centa Rek Creemos Erik Morón[j] Erik Morón Osinaga (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [123][124]
Henry Omar Montero Mendoza (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Henry Montero Creemos Paola Fernández[k] Paola Andrea Fernández Rea (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [125][126]
Soledad Flores Velasquez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Soledad Flores Movement for
Socialism
William Torrez William Torrez Tordoya (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [127][128]
Isidoro Quispe Huanca (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Isidoro Quispe Movement for
Socialism
María Muñoz María Muñoz Rodríguez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [129][130]
Beni Cecilia Moyoviri Moye (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Cecilia Moyoviri Civic
Community
Fernando Vaca Fernando Alfonso Vaca Suárez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [131][132]
Walter Jesús Justiniano Martínez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Walter Justiniano Civic
Community
Neila Velarde
Salas
[133][134]
María Roxana Nacif Barboza (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Roxana
"Suka" Nacif
Movement for
Socialism
Misdrael Mamani
Arenas
[135]
Claudia Elena Égüez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Claudia Égüez Creemos Javier Villavicencio [136]
Pando Eva Luz Humérez Alvez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Eva Humérez Movement for
Socialism
Ermenegildo
Llavera Chusgo
[137]
Luis Adolfo Flores Roberts (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Luis Adolfo
Flores
Movement for
Socialism
Paula Paxi Paula Paxi de Suxo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [138]
Julio Diego Romaña Galindo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Julio Romaña Creemos Dulce María Araujo Dulce María Araujo Domínguez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [139][140]
Corina Ferreira Domínguez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg Corina Ferreira Civic
Community
Walter Buitrago Walter Buitrago Moscoso (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Senators of Bolivia.jpg [141][142]

Chamber of Deputies[edit]

All 130 seats as well as 129 alternates were filled by election in October 2020.[143] The titular deputies were sworn in on 3 November 2020 and their alternates took office two days later on 5 November.[72][144]

Current Chamber of Deputies composition
by circumscription (left) and party list (right).
Constituency Titular Deputy Party Alternate Deputy[g] Ref.
1-Chuquisaca Walter Pablo Arízaga Ruiz (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Pablo Arízaga Civic
Community
Delia Arancibia Delia Arancibia Yucra (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [145][146]
2-Chuquisaca Lily Gladys Fernández Vargas (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Lily Fernández Civic
Community
Fernando Morales Fernando Gonzalo Morales León (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [147][148]
3-Chuquisaca Jorge Yucra (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Jorge Yucra Movement for
Socialism
Josefina Maturano Josefina Maturano Trigo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [149][150]
4-Chuquisaca Lidia Limón Solís (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Lidia Limón Movement for
Socialism
Yamil Flores Juan Yamil Flores Lazo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [151][152]
5-Chuquisaca Adán Palacios Puma (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Adán Palacios Movement for
Socialism
Crecencia Saldaña Crecencia Saldaña Acosta (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [153][154]
List-Chuquisaca Blanca Magaly López Sandoval (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Blanca López Movement for
Socialism
Gustavo Cuellar Alex Gustavo Cuellar Vildoso (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [155][156]
List-Chuquisaca Gustavo Vega Piña (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Gustavo Vega Movement for
Socialism
Yharsina Rengifo Yolanda Yharsina Rengifo Mur (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [157][158]
List-Chuquisaca Pamela Soraya Alurralde Barea (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Pamela Alurralde Civic
Community
Marcelo Solis William Marcelo Solis Valencia (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [159][160]
List-Chuquisaca Erick Marcelo Pedrazas López (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Marcelo Pedrazas Civic
Community
Linda Vega Linda Leslie Vega Vallejos (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [161][162]
List-Chuquisaca Marlene Fernández Mejías (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Marlene Fernández Civic
Community
Yver Padilla Yver Padilla Rosado (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [163][164]
6-La Paz Alberto Vladimir Astorga Torrez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Alberto "Beto"
Astorga
Civic
Community
Rosario Torrez Rosario Ninón Torrez Rocha (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [165][166]
7-La Paz Miguel Antonio Roca Sánchez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Miguel Roca Civic
Community
Elizabeth Mamani Elizabeth Mercedes Mamani Antezana (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [167][168]
8-La Paz Ingvar Ellefsen Dotzauer (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Ingvar Ellefsen Civic
Community
María Elena
Reque
María Elena Reque Ascimani (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [169][170]
9-La Paz Ramiro Venegas Calderón (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Ramiro Venegas Movement for
Socialism
Ana María
Mendoza
Ana María Mendoza Aguilar (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [171][172]
10-La Paz María Alanoca Tinta (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg María Alanoca Movement for
Socialism
Zacarías Laura Zacarías Laura Tancara (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [173][174]
11-La Paz Ignacio Renán Cabezas Veizan (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Renán Cabezas Movement for
Socialism
Amanda Iriarte Juana Amanda Iriarte Arze (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [175][176]
12-La Paz Sabina Hilda Condori Calle (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Sabina Hilda
Condori
Movement for
Socialism
Sandro Ramírez Sandro Deciderio Ramírez Ríos (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [177][178]
13-La Paz Félix Mayta Larico (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Félix Mayta Movement for
Socialism
Juana Mamani Juana Fanny Mamani Rivera (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [179][180]
14-La Paz Hernán Isaías Durán Lazo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Hernán Durán Movement for
Socialism
Martha Ramos Martha Viviana Ramos Pucho (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [181][182]
15-La Paz Zulay Mamani Apaza (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Zulay Mamani Movement for
Socialism
Juan David
Vargas
Juan David Vargas Condori (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [183][184]
16-La Paz Andrés Flores Condori (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Andrés Flores Movement for
Socialism
Celia Quispe Celia Quispe Guasco (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [185][186]
17-La Paz Gladys Quispe Chura (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Gladys Quispe Movement for
Socialism
Lino Sillo Lino Constancio Sillo Paco (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [187][188]
18-La Paz Basilia Rojas Mamani (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Basilia Rojas Movement for
Socialism
Lucho Quispe Lucho Quispe Chino (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [189][190]
19-La Paz Pasceza Francisca Quispe Mamani (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Pasceza Quispe Movement for
Socialism
José Rengel José Rengel Terrazas (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [191][192]
List-La Paz Freddy Mamani Laura (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia (Cropped).jpg Freddy Mamani
Laura
Movement for
Socialism
Persida
Guaygua Tola
Persida Trifena Abi Guaygua Tola (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [193][194]
List-La Paz Bertha Beatriz Acarapi (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Bertha Acarapi Movement for
Socialism
Juanito Angulo Juanito Angulo Huampo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [195][196]
List-La Paz Freddy López Choque (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Freddy López Movement for
Socialism
Virginia Alanoca Virginia Alanoca Condori (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [197][198]
List-La Paz Betty Beatriz Yañiquez Lozano (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Betty Yañiquez Movement for
Socialism
Idelfonso Canaza Idelfonso Canaza Kapajeique (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [199][200]
List-La Paz Froilán Mamani Choque (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Froilán Mamani Movement for
Socialism
Nely Nesta Nely Leticia Nesta Chávez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [201][202]
List-La Paz Gloria Magdalena Callizaya Rodríguez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Gloria Callizaya Movement for
Socialism
Oscar Guisbely Oscar Odón Guisbely Limachi (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [203][204]
List-La Paz Freddy Velásquez Aparicio (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Freddy Velásquez Movement for
Socialism
Olimpia Alejo Olimpia Armendia Alejo Alí (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [205][206]
List-La Paz Griselda Soledad Pérez Alberto (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Soledad Pérez Movement for
Socialism
Richard Muchia Richard Muchia Graneros (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [207][208]
List-La Paz Omar Al Yabhat Yujra Santos (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Omar Yujra Movement for
Socialism
Maribela
Vilela Lipa
Maribela Vilela Lipa Aruquipa (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [209][210]
List-La Paz Carlos Silvestre Alarcón Mondonio (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Carlos Alarcón Civic
Community
Krupskaya
Oña Sánchez
Krupskaya Adhair Oña Sánchez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [211][212]
List-La Paz María Elena Pachacute Ticona (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Elena Pachacute Civic
Community
José Manuel
Ormachea
José Manuel Ormachea Mendieta (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [213][214]
List-La Paz Walter Villagra Romay (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Walter Villagra Civic
Community

(FRI)
[215][216]
Roxana Vidales Roxana Vidales Mostajo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [217][218]
List-La Paz Gabriela Verónica Ferrel Parrado (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Gabriela Ferrel Civic
Community
Alejandro Reyes Alejandro Jorge Reyes Careaga (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [219][220]
List-La Paz Gustavo Adolfo Aliaga Palma (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Gustavo Aliaga Civic
Community
Jhenny Condori Jhenny Jhaneth Condori Callisaya (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [221][222]
Special-La Paz Verónica Challco Tapia (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Verónica Challco Movement for
Socialism
Johnson Jiménez Johnson Jiménez Cobo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [223][224]
20-Cochabamba Mayra Ingrid Zalles Trigo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Mayra Zalles[d] Civic
Community
None [225]
21-Cochabamba Santos Mamani Espinoza (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Santos Mamani Movement for
Socialism
Cintia Castro Cintia Castro Quispe (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [226][227]
22-Cochabamba Olivia Guachalla Yupanqui (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Olivia Guachalla Movement for
Socialism
Damián Laime Damián Laime Parada (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [228][229]
23-Cochabamba Dora Lizeth Morales Ríos (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Lizeth Morales Movement for
Socialism
Grobert Nogales Grobert Nogales Grageda (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [230][231]
24-Cochabamba Gualberto Arispe Maita (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Gualberto Arispe Movement for
Socialism
Celida Condori Celida Condori Veizaga (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [232][233]
25-Cochabamba Héctor Arce Rodríguez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Héctor Arce Movement for
Socialism
María Lizbeth
Vargas
María Lizbeth Vargas Flores (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [234][235]
26-Cochabamba María Cristina Choque Gutiérrez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg María Cristina
Choque
Movement for
Socialism
Juan Zurita Juan Zurita Escalera (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [236][237]
27-Cochabamba Rosario García Onofre (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Rosario García Movement for
Socialism
Vicente Condori Vicente Condori Miranda (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [238][239]
28-Cochabamba Pascual Pacífico Choque Gallego (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Pacífico Choque Movement for
Socialism
Overlinda Camacho Overlinda Camacho García (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [240][241]
List-Cochabamba Magaly Lourdes Gómez Aranibar (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Magaly Gómez Movement for
Socialism
Bernardo
"Berno" Poca
Bernardo Poca Terrazas (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [242][243]
List-Cochabamba José Luis Flores Colquillo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg José Luis
Flores
Movement for
Socialism
Pamela Terrazas Pamela Evelyn Terrazas Escobar (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [244][245]
List-Cochabamba Felicia Alejo Hidalgo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Felicia Alejo
Hidalgo
Movement for
Socialism
Cecilio
Alanes Cruz
Cecilio Alanes Cruz (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [246][247]
List-Cochabamba Jhonny Pardo Ramírez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Jhonny Pardo Movement for
Socialism
Eva Salazar
Orellana
Eva Salazar Orellana (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [248][249]
List-Cochabamba Toribia Lero Quispe (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Toribia Lero Civic
Community
George Komadina George Fernando Komadina Rimassa (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [250][251]
List-Cochabamba Saúl Octavio Lara Torrico (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Saúl Lara Civic
Community
Ana María
Saavedra
Ana María Saavedra Terán (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [252][253]
List-Cochabamba Samantha Andrea Kersim Nogales Arispe (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Samantha Nogales Civic
Community
Jorge Pinto Jorge Pinto Fernández (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [254][255]
List-Cochabamba José Maldonado Gemio (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg José Maldonado Civic
Community

(FRI)
[256]
Claudia Torrez[l] Doris Claudia Torrez Antezana (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [257][258]
List-Cochabamba Alejandra Camargo Tanabe (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Alejandra Camargo Civic
Community
Rory Ordoñez Rory Crismar Ordoñez Choque (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [259][260]
Special-Cochabamba Gildo Leodán Hinojosa Soria (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Gildo Hinojosa Movement for
Socialism
Faviola
Guaguasú
Faviola Guaguasú Iguasú (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [261][262]
29-Oruro Miriam Martínez Michaga (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Miriam Martínez Movement for
Socialism
Román Mollo Román Mollo Chávez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [263][264]
30-Oruro Juan José Jauregui Ururi (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Juan José
Jauregui
Movement for
Socialism
Madain Paco Madain Ibone Paco Herrera (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [265][266]
31-Oruro Celia Salazar Quispe (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Celia Salazar Movement for
Socialism
Omar Sánchez Omar Patricio Sánchez Soto (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [267][268]
32-Oruro Quintín Villazón Garnica (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Quintín Villalón Movement for
Socialism
Jhenny Choquilla Jhenny Marlen Choquilla Quispe (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [269][270]
List-Oruro Lily Bernabé Colque (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Lily Bernabé
Colque
Movement for
Socialism
Elías Choque
Ayca
Elías Choque Ayca (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [271][272]
List-Oruro Enrique Fernando Urquidi Daza (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Enrique Urquidi Civic
Community
Lucía Condori Lucía Condori Cerro (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [273][274]
List-Oruro Mariel Carola Peñaloza Lema (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Mariel Peñaloza Civic
Community
Orlando Valdez Orlando Esteban Valdez López (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [275][276]
List-Oruro Ronald Huanca López (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Ronald Huanca Civic
Community

(FRI)
[277]
Tania Cayoja Tania Bacilia Cayoja Alcón (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [278][279]
Special-Oruro Honorio Chino Mamani (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Honorio Chino Movement for
Socialism
María Choque
Chachaque
María Choque Chachaque (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [280][281]
33-Potosí Juan José Torrez Flores (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Juan José
Torrez
Civic
Community
Mery Mamani
Coronado
Mery Mamani Coronado (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [282][283]
34-Potosí Mónica Sofía Torres Campuzano (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Mónica Torres Civic
Community
Ernesto
Cárdenas Paz
Ernesto Cárdenas Paz (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [284][285]
35-Potosí Pedro Francisco Coro (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Pedro Francisco
Coro
Movement for
Socialism
Cipriana Guerrero
Requelme
Cipriana Guerrero Requelme (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [286][287]
36-Potosí Adriana Tarifa Condori (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Adriana Tarifa
Condori
Movement for
Socialism
Dionicio Quispe Dionicio Quispe López (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [288][289]
37-Potosí Higinio Farfán Abán (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Higinio Farfán Movement for
Socialism
Abad Farfán Abad Farfán Mamani (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [290][291]
38-Potosí Gladys Chumacero Vásquez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Gladys
Chumacero
Movement for
Socialism
Luis Yapura Luis Yapura Choque (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [292][293]
39-Potosí Israel Huaytari Martínez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Israel Huaytari Movement for
Socialism
Casilda Cuellar Casilda Cuellar Mendoza (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [294][295]
List-Potosí Elsa Alí Ramos (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Elsa Alí Movement for
Socialism
Abelardo Colque
Vicente
Abelardo Colque Vicente (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [296][297]
List-Potosí Boris Antonio Gabriel Colque (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Antonio Colque Movement for
Socialism
Teodocia Benavidez Teodocia Benavidez Condori (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [298][299]
List-Potosí Celia Nancy Rivera Mamani (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Celia Rivera Movement for
Socialism
Ismael Liquitaya Ismael Liquitaya Santos (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [300][301]
List-Potosí José Guillermo Benavides Ramos (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Guillermo
Benavides
Civic
Community
Lissa Claros Lissa Amanda Claros Lora (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [302][303]
List-Potosí Marina Morales Cárdenas (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Marina Morales Civic
Community
Gonzalo Borjes
Michovich
Huáscar Gonzalo Borjes Michovich (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [304][305]
List-Potosí Juan Pardo Guevara (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Juan Pardo
Guevara
Civic
Community
Verónica Sanjinés Rosario Verónica Sanjinés López (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [306][307]
40-Tarija Edwin Rosas Urzagaste (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Edwin Rosas[e][f] First the
People

[m]
Luciana Campero[l] Luciana Michelle Campero Chávez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [310][311]
41-Tarija Mariela Baldivieso Castillo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Mariela Baldivieso Civic
Community
Herlan Aldana Herlan Aldana Estrada (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [312][313]
42-Tarija Delfor Germán Burgos Aguirre (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Delfor Burgos Movement for
Socialism
Mariela Quispe Mariela Estela Quispe Donaire (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [314][315]
43-Tarija Lidia Tupa Zelaya (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Lidia Tupa Movement for
Socialism
Eloy Maraz Eloy Maraz Castillo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [316][317]
List-Tarija María Elena Ortega (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg María Elena
Ortega
Civic
Community

(FRI)
[318]
Adrián Vega[l] Adrián Vega Gandarillas (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [319][320]
List-Tarija José Luis Porcel Marquina (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg José Luis
Porcel
Civic
Community
Esther Sánchez
Gareca
Susana Esther Sánchez Gareca (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [321][322]
List-Tarija Juan José Huanca Mamani (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg José Huanca Movement for
Socialism
Viviana Aparicio Viviana Lily Aparicio Romero (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [323][324]
List-Tarija Alexsandra Zenteno Cardozo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Alexsandra
Zenteno
Movement for
Socialism
Bryan Zalles Bryan Zalles Mamani (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [325][326]
Special-Tarija Darlen Isabel Velasco Torrez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Darlen Velasco Movement for
Socialism
Josué Ayala Josué Ayala Sánchez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [327][328]
44-Santa Cruz Walthy Mauricio Egüez Paz (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Walthy Egüez Creemos Jenniffer Torrico Jenniffer Torrico Roda (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [329][330]
45-Santa Cruz José Carlos Gutiérrez Vargas (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg José Carlos
Gutiérrez
Creemos Ericka Chávez Ericka Chávez Aguilera (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [331][332]
46-Santa Cruz Alba Moira Osinaga Rivero (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Moira Osinaga Creemos José Luis
Durán
[f][k]
José Luis Durán Guzmán (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [333][334]
47-Santa Cruz Rosa Tatiana Añez Carrasco (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Tatiana Añez Creemos Henry Gutiérrez Henry Gutiérrez Farell (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [335][336]
48-Santa Cruz Omar Jesús Rueda Gutiérrez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Omar Rueda[c][f] Solidarity
Civic Unity
Haidy Muñoz[n] Haidy Eliana Muñoz (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [337][338]
49-Santa Cruz Patricio Mendoza Chumpe (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Patricio Mendoza Movement for
Socialism
Amalia Sarabia Amalia Antonio Sarabia (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [339][340]
50-Santa Cruz Oscar Charles Michel Flores (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Oscar Michel
Flores
Creemos Roxana Álvarez Roxana Álvarez Taborga (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [341][342]
51-Santa Cruz Runy Elvio Callaú Monasterio (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Runy Callaú[c][f] Solidarity
Civic Unity
Verónica Aguilera[n] Verónica Aguilera Salazar (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [343][344]
52-Santa Cruz Deisy Judith Choque Arnez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Deisy Choque Movement for
Socialism
Samuel Mamani Samuel Mamani Sánchez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [345][346]
53-Santa Cruz Tania Rosmery Paniagua Mafaile (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Tania Paniagua Movement for
Socialism
José Nogales José Agapito Nogales Anzaldo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [347][348]
54-Santa Cruz María René Álvarez Camacho (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg María René
Ávarez
Creemos Jorge "Chichi"
Saucedo
Jorge Edwin Saucedo Abdalla (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [349][350]
55-Santa Cruz Hernán Hinojosa Rojas (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Hernán Hinojosa Movement for
Socialism
María Goreti
Jaldín
María Goreti Jaldín Salazar (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [351][352]
56-Santa Cruz Vicente Condori Rodríguez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Vicente Condori Movement for
Socialism
María Daniela
Arispe
María Daniela Arispe Pozo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [353][354]
57-Santa Cruz Danny Daniel Rojas Montes De Oca (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Danny Daniel
Rojas
Movement for
Socialism
Faustina Coa Faustina Coa Reynaga (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [355][356]
List-Santa Cruz Marioly A. Daisy Morón Osinaga (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Marioly Morón Creemos Caleb Villarroel Caleb Villarroel Salvatierra (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [357][358]
List-Santa Cruz Erwin Bazán Gutiérrez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Erwin Bazán Creemos Laura Rojas Laura Rojas Ayala (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [359][360]
List-Santa Cruz María Khaline Moreno Cárdenas (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Khaline Moreno Creemos Richard Ribera Andrés Richard Ribera Salas (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [361][362]
List-Santa Cruz Tito Caero Vargas (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Tito Caero[c][f] Solidarity
Civic Unity
Fabiola Guachalla[n] Fabiola Anouck Guachalla Roca (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [363][364]
List-Santa Cruz Sandra Paz Méndez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Sandra Paz[c][f] Solidarity
Civic Unity
Andrés Romero[n] Andrés Ignacio Romero Rodríguez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [365][366]
List-Santa Cruz Estefanía Morales Laura (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Estefanía Morales Movement for
Socialism
Rolando Cuellar[o] Rolando Américo Enríquez Cuellar (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [368][369]
List-Santa Cruz Jerges Mercado Suárez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Jerges Mercado
Suárez
Movement for
Socialism
Cinda Luana
Nolasco
Cinda Luana Nolasco Juchani (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [370][371]
List-Santa Cruz Alina Canaviri Sullcani (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Alina Canaviri Movement for
Socialism
Valuis Sequeli Valuis Darío Sequeli Socaño (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [372][373]
List-Santa Cruz Anyelo Gerardo Céspedes Miranda (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Anyelo Céspedes Movement for
Socialism
Ninoska Morales Ninoska Liliana Morales Flores (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [374][375]
List-Santa Cruz Laura Luisa Nayar Sosa (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Luisa Nayar Civic
Community
Jairo Guiteras Jairo Jesús Guiteras Tobías (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [376][377]
List-Santa Cruz Daniel Prieto Tomelitch (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Daniel Prieto Civic
Community
María José
Salazar
María José Salazar Oroza (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [378][379]
List-Santa Cruz Senaida Rojas Banegas (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Senaida Rojas Civic
Community
Iván Canaviri Iván Luis Canaviri Collarana (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [380][381]
List-Santa Cruz Aldo Raúl Terrazas Rivero (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Aldo Terrazas Civic
Community
Solimar Veizaga Solimar Carmen Veizaga Rocha (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [382][383]
Special-Santa Cruz Elsa Sánchez Romero (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Elsa Sánchez
Romero
Movement for
Socialism
Luis Alfonso
Changaray
Luis Alfonso Changaray Romero (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [384][385]
58-Beni Fernando Llapiz Hoentsch (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Fernando Llapiz Creemos Mariel Marín Mariel Denise Marín Morales (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [386][387]
59-Beni Aleida Joseff Téllez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Aleida Joseff Movement for
Socialism
Santos Cori Santos Cori Perca (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [388][389]
60-Beni Keyla Ortiz Dorado (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Keyla Ortiz[e][f] Independent Herbert Taboada[l] Herbert Taboada Pérez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [390][391]
61-Beni Leonardo Fabián Ayala Soria (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Leonardo Ayala Creemos None[p] [393]
List-Beni Janira Román Matijasevic (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Janira Román Civic
Community
Genghis Justiniano Genghis Kan Justiniano Justiniano (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [394][395]
List-Beni Oscar Alberto Balderas Montaño (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Oscar Balderas Civic
Community
Prisila Dantes Yessica Prisila Dantes Escalante (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [396][397]
List-Beni Sarah Vania Crespo Arze (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Sarah Crespo Movement for
Socialism
Roque Mapaquine Roque Jonathan Mapaquine Rivarola (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [398][399]
Special-Beni Enrique Cunai Cayuba (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Enrique Cunai Movement for
Socialism
Fátima Achipa
Vaca
Fátima Achipa Vaca (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [400][401]
62-Pando María José Rodríguez Gálvez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg María José
Rodríguez
Movement for
Socialism
Kemer Quiroga Kemer Quiroga Ojopi (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [402][403]
63-Pando Roy Suárez Medina (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Roy Suárez
Medina
Movement for
Socialism
Ariana Gonzales
Aguirre
Ariana Gonzales Aguirre (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [404][405]
List-Pando Sergio Maniguary Moura (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Sergio Maniguary Creemos Deisy Maita Deisy Deibi Maita Rueda (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [406][407]
List-Pando Sebastian Divico Muchairo (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Sebastian Divico Civic
Community
Raquel Rodríguez Raquel Rodríguez Chávez (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [408][409]
Special-Pando Tacni Elvis Mendoza Mendoza (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg Tacni Mendoza Movement for
Socialism
Javier Machuqui Javier Alejandro Machuqui Mamio (Official Photo, 2020) Chamber of Deputies of Bolivia.jpg [410][411]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Ex officio as vice president.
  2. ^ Six dissident deputies caucusing with the MAS. Four are from UCS, one is from PG, and one is an independent. The first four were expelled from Creemos and the latter two from CC.[37]
  3. ^ a b c d e In Santa Cruz: Runy Callaú, Tito Caero, Sandra Paz, and Omar Rueda (Creemos-UCS) were expelled from the alliance 28 January 2021.[59][22]
  4. ^ a b c In Cochabamba circumscription 20: César Virguetti (CC) died 29 June 2021, and his alternate Mayra Zalles (CC) was sworn in 6 October 2021.[60][61]
  5. ^ a b c In Beni and Tarija: Keyla Ortiz (CC) and Edwin Rosas (CC-PG) were expelled from the alliance 7 November 2021.[31]
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i Dissident of the opposition caucusing with the MAS.[26][69].
  7. ^ a b Unless otherwise indicated, all alternates share a party/alliance with their titular senator/deputy.
  8. ^ In La Paz: Alternate Senator Hilarión Padilla was arrested in Caracollo on charges of rape on 10 February 2022, and the Senate issued him temporary leave without pay on 16 February 2022.[82][83]
  9. ^ Civic Community-Revolutionary Left Front.[110]
  10. ^ In Santa Cruz: Zvonko Matkovic (Creemos) resigned on 21 January 2021 to qualify as a candidate for departmental assembly member of Santa Cruz.[118][119]
    Erik Morón (Creemos) was appointed to complete the unexpired term and began serving 28 April 2021.[120][121][122]
  11. ^ a b Creemos-Solidarity Civic Unity.[69][24]
  12. ^ a b c d Civic Community.
  13. ^ Rosas belongs to First the People, the civic group of Senator Rodrigo Paz Pereira. It is unclear if his membership in PG was also revoked upon his expulsion from CC, though Paz, as leader of the party, condemned Rosas for political transfuge.[308][309]
  14. ^ a b c d Creemos.
  15. ^ In Santa Cruz: Rolando Cuellar (MAS-IPSP) was expelled from the party 16 March 2022.[367]
  16. ^ No alternate deputy for this circumscription was presented on Creemos' list of qualified candidates.[392]

Footnotes[edit]

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  188. ^ "Lino Constancio Sillo Paco". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
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  190. ^ "Lucho Quispe Chino". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  191. ^ "Pasceza Francisca Quispe Mamani". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  192. ^ "José Rengel Terrazas". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  193. ^ "Freddy Mamani Laura". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 10 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  194. ^ "Persida Trifena Abi Guaygua Tola". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  195. ^ "Bertha Beatriz Acarapi". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  196. ^ "Juanito Angulo Huampo". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  197. ^ "Freddy López Choque". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  198. ^ "Virginia Alanoca Condori". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  199. ^ "Betty Beatriz Yañiquez Lozano". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  200. ^ "Idelfonso Canaza Kapajeique". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  201. ^ "Froilán Mamani Choque". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  202. ^ "Nely Leticia Nesta Chávez". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  203. ^ "Gloria Magdalena Callizaya Rodríguez". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  204. ^ "Oscar Odón Guisbely Limachi". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  205. ^ "Freddy Velásquez Aparicio". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  206. ^ "Olimpia Armendia Alejo Alí". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  207. ^ "Griselda Soledad Pérez Alberto". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  208. ^ "Richard Muchia Graneros". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  209. ^ "Omar Al Yabhat Yujra Santos". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 13 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  210. ^ "Maribela Vilela Lipa Aruquipa". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  211. ^ "Carlos Silvestre Alarcón Mondonio". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  212. ^ "Krupskaya Adhair Oña Sánchez". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  213. ^ "María Elena Pachacute Ticona". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  214. ^ "José Manuel Ormachea Mendieta". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
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  217. ^ "Walter Villagra Romay". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 10 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  218. ^ "Roxana Vidales Mostajo". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  219. ^ "Gabriela Verónica Ferrel Parrado". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  220. ^ "Alejandro Jorge Reyes Careaga". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  221. ^ "Gustavo Adolfo Aliaga Palma". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  222. ^ "Jhenny Jhaneth Condori Callisaya". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  223. ^ "Verónica Challco Tapia". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  224. ^ "Johnson Jiménez Cobo". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  225. ^ "Mayra Ingrid Zalles Trigo". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  226. ^ "Santos Mamani Espinoza". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  227. ^ "Cintia Castro Quispe". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  228. ^ "Olivia Guachalla Yupanqui". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  229. ^ "Damián Laime Parada". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  230. ^ "Dora Lizeth Morales Ríos". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  231. ^ "Grobert Nogales Grageda". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  232. ^ "Gualberto Arispe Maita". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  233. ^ "Celida Condori Veizaga". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  234. ^ "Héctor Arce Rodríguez". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  235. ^ "María Lizbeth Vargas Flores". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  236. ^ "María Cristina Choque Gutiérrez". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  237. ^ "Juan Zurita Escalera". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  238. ^ "Rosario García Onofre". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  239. ^ "Vicente Condori Miranda". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  240. ^ "Pascual Pacífico Choque Gallego". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  241. ^ "Overlinda Camacho García". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  242. ^ "Magaly Lourdes Gómez Aranibar". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  243. ^ "Bernardo Poca Terrazas". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  244. ^ "José Luis Flores Colquillo". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  245. ^ "Pamela Evelyn Terrazas Escobar". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  246. ^ "Felicia Alejo Hidalgo". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  247. ^ "Cecilio Alanes Cruz". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  248. ^ "Jhonny Pardo Ramírez". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  249. ^ "Eva Salazar Orellana". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  250. ^ "Toribia Lero Quispe". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 13 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  251. ^ "George Fernando Komadina Rimassa". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  252. ^ "Saúl Octavio Lara Torrico". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
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  254. ^ "Samantha Andrea Kersim Nogales Arispe". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 13 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  255. ^ "Jorge Pinto Fernández". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 13 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
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  257. ^ "José Maldonado Gemio". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  258. ^ "Doris Claudia Torrez Antezana". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  259. ^ "Alejandra Camargo Tanabe". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  260. ^ "Rory Crismar Ordoñez Choque". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  261. ^ "Gildo Leodán Hinojosa Soria". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 18 May 2021. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  262. ^ "Faviola Guaguasú Iguasú". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  263. ^ "Miriam Martínez Michaga". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 10 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  264. ^ "Román Mollo Chávez". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  265. ^ "Juan José Jauregui Ururi". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  266. ^ "Madain Ibone Paco Herrera". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  267. ^ "Celia Salazar Quispe". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  268. ^ "Omar Patricio Sánchez Soto". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  269. ^ "Quintín Villalón Garnica". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  270. ^ "Jhenny Marlen Choquilla Quispe". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  271. ^ "Lily Bernabé Colque". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  272. ^ "Elías Choque Ayca". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  273. ^ "Enrique Fernando Urquidi Daza". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  274. ^ "Lucía Condori Cerro". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  275. ^ "Mariel Carola Peñaloza Lema". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  276. ^ "Orlando Esteban Valdez López". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  277. ^ "FRI respaldará juicio contra Añez si incluyen a Evo y otros actores políticos". Página Siete (in Spanish). La Paz. 31 August 2021. Archived from the original on 31 August 2021. Retrieved 22 January 2022. [...] deputy of Civic Community (CC) Ronald Huanca, also belong[s] to the Revolutionary Left Front (FRI), a group that makes up the opposition front.
  278. ^ "Ronald Huanca López". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  279. ^ "Tania Bacilia Cayoja Alcón". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  280. ^ "Honorio Chino Mamani". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 18 May 2021. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  281. ^ "María Choque Chachaque". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  282. ^ "Juan José Torrez Flores". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  283. ^ "Mery Mamani Coronado". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  284. ^ "Mónica Sofía Torres Campuzano". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  285. ^ "Ernesto Cárdenas Paz". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  286. ^ "Pedro Francisco Coro". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  287. ^ "Cipriana Guerrero Requelme". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  288. ^ "Adriana Tarifa Condori". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 13 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  289. ^ "Dionicio Quispe López". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  290. ^ "Higinio Farfán Abán". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  291. ^ "Abad Farfán Mamani". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  292. ^ "Gladys Chumacero Vásquez". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  293. ^ "Luis Yapura Choque". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  294. ^ "Israel Huaytari Martínez". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  295. ^ "Casilda Cuellar Mendoza". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  296. ^ "Elsa Alí Ramos". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  297. ^ "Vicente Abelardo Colque". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  298. ^ "Boris Antonio Gabriel Colque". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  299. ^ "Teodocia Benavidez Condori". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  300. ^ "Celia Nancy Rivera Mamani". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  301. ^ "Ismael Liquitaya Santos". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  302. ^ "José Guillermo Benavides Ramos". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  303. ^ "Lissa Amanda Claros Lora". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  304. ^ "Marina Morales Cárdenas". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  305. ^ "Huáscar Gonzalo Borjes Michovich". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  306. ^ "Juan Pardo Guevara". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 13 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  307. ^ "Rosario Verónica Sanjinés López". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
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  310. ^ "Edwin Rosas Urzagaste". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 10 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  311. ^ "Luciana Michelle Campero Chávez". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  312. ^ "Mariela Baldivieso Castillo". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  313. ^ "Herlan Aldana Estrada". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  314. ^ "Delfor Germán Burgos Aguirre". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  315. ^ "Mariela Estela Quispe Donaire". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  316. ^ "Lidia Tupa Zelaya". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 13 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  317. ^ "Eloy Maraz Castillo". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 13 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
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  319. ^ "María Elena Ortega". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  320. ^ "Adrián Vega Gandarillas". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  321. ^ "José Luis Porcel Marquina". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  322. ^ "Susana Esther Sánchez Gareca". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  323. ^ "Juan José Huanca Mamani". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  324. ^ "Viviana Lily Aparicio Romero". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  325. ^ "Alexsandra Zenteno Cardozo". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 10 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  326. ^ "Bryan Zalles Mamani". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  327. ^ "Darlen Isabel Velasco Torrez". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  328. ^ "Josué Ayala Sánchez". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  329. ^ "Walthy Mauricio Egüez Paz". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 13 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  330. ^ "Jenniffer Torrico Roda". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  331. ^ "José Carlos Gutiérrez Vargas". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  332. ^ "Ericka Chávez Aguilera". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  333. ^ "Alba Moira Osinaga Rivero". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
  334. ^ "José Luis Durán Guzmán". diputados.bo (in Spanish). La Paz: Chamber of Deputies. Archived from the original on 12 January 2022. Retrieved 11 January 2022.
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