Former Bolivian President Evo Morales is on his way to Mexico, where he's been given asylum. His resignation has left a power vacuum in Bolivia, where unrest has continued on the streets of La Paz. More violence is expected.
Bolivia's congress has approved a bill that seeks to quell weeks of unrest by allowing for new elections that exclude the country's exiled ex-President Evo Morales. Street blockades have been lifted following talks.
Former Bolivian President Evo Morales arrived in Mexico after being granted asylum there. Stepping off the plane Morales credited the Mexican president with saving his life.
A report by the Organization of American States found "malicious manipulation" in favor of Evo Morales in Bolivia's October presidential polls. The ex-president rejected the rigging allegations as politically motivated.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has spoken out in support of his Bolivian "brother" who he believes was unfairly ousted from the presidency last month. Evo Morales has been living in exile in Mexico since November 12.
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