The answer to this question had a political C Level Executive List effect on the racial imaginary of «whites», since they did not find (the State did not provide them) a category of differential belonging in the plurality of the country12. By the C Level Executive List way, the data showed that if for the indigenous the ethnic ascription is an act of affirmation of common ascendancy, for the "non-indigenous" the "denial" of their ethnic condition is what has a C Level Executive List public character. At this point, I am not only referring to how Spanish speakers chose in the surveys of the Institute.
National Statistics (ine) among the options of C Level Executive List ethnic ascendancy that which is not attached to any group, but to the political implications derived from such a choice; to the fact that public management, in order to build the belonging of the excluded indigenous popular sectors, has constructed the narrative that whites are C Level Executive List the "nobody" of Bolivia. Could it be that the lack of social identity of the Castilian speakers, below the Bolivian nationality, Has it generated a feeling of exclusion in your racial imaginary? Does the unusual and vigorous mobilization of the middle classes in the referendum of C Level Executive List February 21, 2016 against the possibility of re-election, or in the fall of Evo in November 2019, have to do with the politicization of this imaginary?
Thus, Bolivians seem to be divided C Level Executive List between plurinational "indigenous" and republican "non-indigenous", who beyond feeling primarily Bolivian, do not envision a common destiny through politics. One of the C Level Executive List practical effects of social communities in Bolivia having a differentiated sense of common origin and destiny is the axiomatic tensions in the categorization of the «other». Thus, Bolivians are C Level Executive List personified in a differential way, racially locating those who are not ethnically related.