Evo Morales

Canada supports Bolivia’s interim president, calls for democratic election.

The Canadian government says it is monitoring the situation "very closely" and encourages the country to hold democratic elections as soon as possible.

Bolivia’s warring political parties reach deal for new elections to end crisis.

Bolivia's interim President Jeanine Anez, who took over on Tuesday after a spate of resignations, had earlier indicated she wanted to mend bridges with former leader Evo Morales' party.

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Bolivia's interim president's indigenous-free cabinet heightens polarization.

Rightwing Christian Jeanine Áñez vows to ‘pacify’ countryDisrespect for indigenous Wiphala flag stokes outrageBolivia’s controversial new interim president has unveiled a new cabinet which critics say could further increase polarization in the cou...

Bolivia's interim president Jeanine Áñez promises new elections.

Ousted Evo Morales decries senate No 2’s ‘self-proclamation’Parliament threatens to nullify her appointmentBolivia’s new interim president has pledged to hold a new election as soon as possible and condemned “revenge” acts by disgruntled supporter...

Protests, clashes ignite after Bolivia’s opposition leader declares herself president.

Angry supporters of former president Evo Morales' tried to reach the Congress building screaming, "She must quit!'' Police and soldiers fired tear gas trying to disperse the crowd.

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Ousted Evo Morales arrives in Mexico leaving power vacuum in Bolivia.

Ex-president says army told him of $50,000 price on his headMorales thanks Mexico for ‘saving my life’Evo Morales, who resigned under pressure from police and army after a fiercely disputed election, has flown into exile in Mexico, leaving a confu...

Bolivia’s former president accepts asylum, flies to Mexico as protests rage on.

The departure of Morales, who was part of a wave of leftists who dominated Latin America's politics at the start of the century, followed weeks of violent protests over allegations of fraud in the Oct. 20 election.

Bolivia's Evo Morales says he is leaving for Mexico, but will return with 'energy'.

Former president says it hurts to leave ‘for political reasons’ as Peru confirms Mexican government plane is bound for BoliviaBolivia’s former president Evo Morales has announced he is leaving to take up asylum in Mexico but said he would soon “re...

Power vacuum looms as Evo Morales resignation splits Bolivia.

Morales claims he is victim of coup amid reports of looting, vandalism and arsonBolivia has been plunged into chaos and uncertainty as a power vacuum looms amid reports of looting, vandalism and arson carried out by both supporters and opponents o...

How countries have reacted to Bolivia’s president stepping down.

Morales was first elected in 2006, making him the first indigenous president of Bolivia.

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Bolivian president Evo Morales resigns after election result dispute.

President quits after nearly 14 years in power, hours after promising fresh electionsBolivia’s president, Evo Morales, is to resign after the military called for him to step down and allies fell awayfollowing a fierce backlash over his disputed re...

Bolivia’s president calls for new elections amid protests disputing vote.

The leftist leader made the announcement after a preliminary report by the Organization of American States cited a ``heap of observed irregularities'' in the Oct. 20 presidential contest and called for a new election.

Evo Morales agrees to new elections after irregularities found.

Bolivian president’s decision follows protests over disputed 20 October election resultEvo Morales, the Bolivian president, has agreed to hold new elections after a damning report from the Organization of American States (OAS) found serious irregu...

Bolivian police in La Paz join 'mutiny' against Evo Morales.

Officers in country’s main city join colleagues across Bolivia in declaring support for protests Police in Bolivia’s main city La Paz have declared themselves in mutiny joining anti-government protests and fellow officers in at least six other cit...

Bolivia’s president denounces coup attempt as police walk off job, join protests.

Bolivian president Evo Morales, Latin America's longest-standing leader, won the election on Oct. 20 but the vote count had been inexplicably halted for nearly a day, sparking allegations of fraud and leading to protests, strikes and road blocks.

Bolivian police 'mutiny' in opposition to Evo Morales.

Groups of officers in major cities join protests over disputed presidential election resultPolice in at least three Bolivian cities have declared mutinies and joined anti-government protests – a possible indication that parts of the security force...

Protesters cut off Bolivia mayor’s hair, douse her with paint amid unrest.

The attack comes amid country-wide clashes over the contested result of Bolivia's presidential election in October.

Bolivia: Evo Morales narrowly wins fourth presidential term.

Disputed victory will likely stoke tensions after days of angry clashes and allegations of vote tampering made by oppositionEvo Morales has narrowly won a controversial fourth presidential term just as tens of thousands of Bolivians marched in the...

Bolivia’s president claims to be victim of a ‘coup’ as election dispute protests grow.

Evo Morales, Bolivia's first indigenous president and the region's longest-ruling leader, repeated his claim that he won outright and said his opponents were conspiring to oust him.

Bolivia's Evo Morales accuses opposition of attempting coup.

President said in a televised speech the right ‘prepared the coup’ with foreign powers amid growing tensions over the electionBolivia’s president, Evo Morales, has accused opposition leaders and foreign powers of attempting a “coup” against him am...

Bolivia elections: President Evo Morales may have to face second round.

President is ahead in early counting but could be vulnerable to a united opposition in a runoffBolivia’s president, Evo Morales, was ahead in the first round of the nation’s presidential election, but he appeared to have failed to get enough votes...

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