Soldiers stand guard outside Transportadora de Electricidad belonging to Spanish company Red Electrica in La Paz, Bolivia, Saturday, Dec. 29. 2012. Bolivia's President Evo Morales nationalized the company in May, which controlled 74 percent of energy transmission in Bolivia. On Saturday, Morales nationalized electricity distribution subsidiaries of the Spanish energy company Iberdrola and issued a decree allowing the takeover of shares in Empresa de Electricidad de La Paz (Electropaz) and Empresa de Luz y Fuerza de Oruro (Elfeo), which supply energy in the Andean nation. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)

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Soldiers stand guard outside Transportadora de Electricidad belonging to Spanish company Red Electrica in La Paz, Bolivia, Saturday, Dec. 29. 2012. Bolivia's President Evo Morales nationalized the company in May, which controlled 74 percent of energy transmission in Bolivia. On Saturday, Morales nationalized electricity distribution subsidiaries of the Spanish energy company Iberdrola and issued a decree allowing the takeover of shares in Empresa de Electricidad de La Paz (Electropaz) and Empresa de Luz y Fuerza de Oruro (Elfeo), which supply energy in the Andean nation. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
Soldiers stand guard outside Transportadora de Electricidad belonging to Spanish company Red Electrica in La Paz, Bolivia, Saturday, Dec. 29. 2012. Bolivia's President Evo Morales nationalized the company in May, which controlled 74 percent of energy transmission in Bolivia. On Saturday, Morales nationalized electricity distribution subsidiaries of the Spanish energy company Iberdrola and issued a decree allowing the takeover of shares in Empresa de Electricidad de La Paz (Electropaz) and Empresa de Luz y Fuerza de Oruro (Elfeo), which supply energy in the Andean nation. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
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