Bolivia’s interim government has announced that general elections will be held in March 2020, local media reported Sunday.

“We will begin countdown from Dec. 23. We will have four months until April 23 to conclude with the process,” said Jerjes Atala, chief of staff of the interim government, according to Caracas-based broadcaster TeleSur.

Winning candidates need more than half of the votes or 40% with a 10-point advantage over the runner up, according to the electoral law of the country.

He recalled that Bolivia’s bicameral assembly has 20 days to choose a new election commissioner, who will call for

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