Paths of freedom

Cayetano Llobet One of the most prestigious analysts in Bolivia. Lawyer, Politologist, with an impeccable academic trajectory (Titular professor of UNAM, Mexico; Researcher at FLACSO, Santiago de Chile), and with several published texts, both in the academic and journalism fields. Born in Sucre, Bolivia, in 1939, he is convinced that …

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Cayetano Llobet

One of the most prestigious analysts in Bolivia. Lawyer, Politologist, with an impeccable academic trajectory (Titular professor of UNAM, Mexico; Researcher at FLACSO, Santiago de Chile), and with several published texts, both in the academic and journalism fields. Born in Sucre, Bolivia, in 1939, he is convinced that there is always little room for repentance and a lot of space for the defense of Freedom. He has lived in exile, persecution and jail. In 1980, it was interned and the concentration camp of Puerto Covinas (Bení), under the dictatorship of Luis García Meza. For years, he has been one of the most important referents in television, known and admired by the forcefulness of his comments, the clarity of his analyses and the relentless tone of his criticisms. It generated great discomfort in the circles of the current Bolivian regime, and its moment of opinion program was abolished. Today it maintains its weekly column, in parentheses, and continues to argue, stubbornly, that opinion is the only thing that no totalitarian project can definitively eliminate. Personality that enjoys its independence, does not obey groups or slogans. He shouts his freedom in each of his articles and is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated columnists each week. “If I did not arriega my commitment to democracy and freedom,” it was his response to our written collaboration request. We feel proud to publish your pages. Interamerican Institute for Democracy Cayetano Llobet died in September 2011 in the city of La Paz, Bolivia, at the age of 71 years.