The year 1993 is a true turning point in the History of the
country. The new president, Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada, achieves to create
economic regeneration but with brutality because extremely fast, and though an
extreme capitalization process, opening to every foreign investors. The social
crisis grows more and more.
In 1997, the dictator Banzer Suarez returns to power through the
ballot. Corruption is even more, coca’s cultivation is more than ever fought,
and fuel price is rocketing.
In 2000, the first “war for water” explodes in Cochabamba
against privatization (forced by the World Bank) of water resources that led to