La Paz, Jul 24 (Prensa Latina) New Voices from the Bolivian government accused the opposition of obstructing elections of the judiciary, scheduled for October.
According to Deputy Minister of Governmental Coordination, Wilfredo Chavez, opponents of change insist on urging people to spoil their vote, a maneuver destined to fail.
He added that most people have expressed their rejection of that campaign, and gave as an example the successful registration of thousands of citizens in the biometric registration to be completed next Tuesday.
The massive popular interest in participating in the elections, particularly among youth, is a big defeat for the opposition, according to the official.
Chavez said that on October 16 this year, over five million Bolivians will vote for justice.
The President of the Chamber of Deputies, Hector Arce, told state media that, as from October and when the new officials take office in January 2012, Bolivia will experience a process of profound transformations in the justice system.
Commenting on the campaigns of the opposition for spoilt votes, he said that is a right, but that it is totally unpatriotic and wrongheaded.