As the graph above shows, the biggest government failure for 2006 has been the Constituent Assembly (CA). The government itself has agreed with this judgement (El Diario. As of this report, the CA has 164 working days to approve around 300 articles of the new constitution. A Mammoth of a task, considering that since its inception the CA cancelled sessions 41% of the time. As for the results, we only have to remember it hasn't even approved its own internal regulations code. Well, at least not with the input of the minority.
These two reports have gained very little attention by the Morales government. Instead, Morales has announced for next year a massive re-evaluation of bureaucrats. Responding to demands by MAS' bases (constituency), the government will staff bureaucratic jobs with people who prescribe with the party's goals. Somehow this plan is supposed to preserve the institutionalization principle of the public service.