martes, diciembre 20, 2005

¿Qué hacemos ahora?

Queda la pregunta en el aire, ¿Qué hacemos ahora que Evo Morales será presidente?, y la única respuesta que encuentro es la siguiente: esperar y confiar.  Ya que nuestra posición siempre ha sido de defender el estado de derecho y la democracia (esperemos que ahora Evo Morales la respete también), tenemos que esperar a que el nuevo gobierno forme su gabinete y empiece a gobernar dándole paz a todos los bolivianos.  También tenemos que confiar que el MAS tenga la suficiente cordura económica para no estrellarse contra un sistema vigente (libre mercado) que está vigente en todo el mundo (incluso en los países amigos de Evo Morales), ojalá sepa mantener una política monetaria y fiscal prudente, que el déficit fiscal no se dispare por nuevas políticas sociales.  Es muy fácil prometer de todo en campaña, pero en gobierno hay que tener el coraje y temple necesario para hacer lo correcto y no siempre lo popular.

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