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After some years of neoliberal supremacy, with a party system based on
coalition governments, the Bolivian society, from 2005, is leading a state transition guided by a political project that includes both nationalist and indigenous elements. This project also proposes alternative patterns for decentralization and political participation, which permitted better living conditions in the country and result particularly interesting for a socioeconomic analysis.