Current members of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly

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2015–2020 Term of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly
Asamblea Legislativa Plurinacional
Houses Senate
Chamber of Deputies
President of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly (ex oficio as Vice President)
President of the Senate
Gabriela Montaño Viaña, MAS-IPSP[1]
President of the Chamber of Deputies
Betty Asunta Tejada Soruco, MAS-IPSP[2]
Seats 166
36 Senators
130 Deputies
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Senate political groups
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Chamber of Deputies political groups
Party-list proportional representation
Chamber of Deputies voting system
Additional Member System
Senate last election
5 October 2014
Chamber of Deputies last election
5 October 2014
Senate next election
Chamber of Deputies next election
Meeting place
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The 2010–2015 Plurinational Legislative Assembly of Bolivia is the first class of the Bolivian legislature, also known as the Plurinational Legislative Assembly, to go by that name. The Assembly is controlled in both houses by the governing Movement for Socialism (MAS-IPSP), elected with a 2/3 supermajority. Just four incumbent members of the 2005–2010 Congress returned: Deputy Antonio Franco; Deputy Javier Zabaleta (MAS-IPSP/MSM); Senator René Martínez (MAS-IPSP), who was a deputy; and Senator Róger Pinto, previously of Podemos and now representing PPB-CN.[3]

The Assembly was elected as part of general elections on 12 October 2014. After the votes were counted, the results were as follows:

Party Presidential candidate Votes % Seats
Chamber Senate
Seats +/– Seats +/–
Movement for Socialism Evo Morales 3,173,304 61.36 88 0 25 –1
Democrat Unity Samuel Doria Medina 1,253,288 24.23 32 9
Christian Democratic Party Jorge Quiroga 467,311 9.04 10 2
Movement without Fear Juan del Granado 140,285 2.71 0 –4 0
Green Party of Bolivia Fernando Vargas 137,240 2.65 0 0
Invalid/blank votes 316,248
Total 5,487,676 100 130 0 36 0
Registered voters/turnout 5,971,152 91.90
Source: TSE


Chamber of Deputies[edit]


The Chamber of Deputies has twelve legislative commissions (Spanish: comisión legislative), whose leadership is chosen annually.


  1. ^ "Directiva del Senado". Cámara de Senadores. Archived from the original on 2 December 2013. Retrieved 27 November 2013. 
  2. ^ "Directiva Camaral". Cámara de Diputados. Archived from the original on 3 December 2013. Retrieved 27 November 2013. 
  3. ^ "MAS confirma 26 senadores, 85 diputados y asegura 2/3". FM Bolivia. 2009-12-17. Retrieved 2010-05-21.