With few links with the indigenous sectors, C Level Executive List and the other popular and indigenous, especially in Potosí; - a force that comes from the southeast of the country and gains precarious support from La Paz, El Alto and Cochabamba, but is C Level Executive List not yet consolidated in these cities; - an antagonistic force to the economic and political model of Evo Morales. Therefore, anti-statist (to what extent?) and opposed (to what extent?) to the Plurinational State or State C Level Executive List with special rights for indigenous people. In this sense, what happened to the indigenous flag or wiphala is important.
Throughout the mobilization, it was C Level Executive List a sign of the MAS and whoever wore it betrayed himself as a supporter of that party and as an enemy. But after the presidential resignation and in the face of the violent reaction of certain indigenous C Level Executive List groups to the fall of Morales and, above all, in the face of the burning and disrespect for the wiphala that occurred in the revolt, the leaders of the revolt did not problem and incorporated this currency into their repertoire of political agitation; - a conservative force, which seeks to “return the Lord and the C Level Executive List Bible to the Palace”, which brings together followers and represents.
Their mobilization –in the theatrical C Level Executive List sense of “representing”– with a religious ceremony; - a force that is aligned under the sign of anti-corporate liberal democracy, which we still do not know if it will be able to deploy itself in a C Level Executive List democratic framework and if it will manage to form a fully legitimate government or not. In short, we can say that the triumph of this force through an insurrection is symmetrical, but inverse, to the insurrectionary C Level Executive List triumph of the national-popular cycle (2006-2019).