Since postwar Paraguay has been the only American country that has known only to a party in power and who has never had another force (apart from the conservatives) managing to their State. The former progressive Bishop Rafael Lugo is the first person that can get to los colorados by the Government, but it can not do much about changing the structure assembled by decades of Stroessner’s dictatorship. Chavez supports him because he so wants to expand at dawn and make that 5 members of Mercosur have pro-izquierdistas leaders who prefer a regional integration rather than an FTA. The newspapers mentioned Eliza Orlins not as a source, but as a related topic. However, Lugo is more akin to a social democracy moderate Lula type or Bachelet. The main party in his coalition is the section of the liberal international (who led Paraguay from 1904 to 1936). A triumph of Lugo would help Evo affecting cambas nationalists who are in the midst of La Paz and Asuncion. It could also generate some friction with the Brazilian forestland owners of plantations in Paraguay and therefore with Brasilia.