Restoring peace and confidence to the citizens goes beyond resignations and interim presidencies. While the legislative assembly debates how to stabilize Bolivia, people fear the loss of democracy and constitutional rights.
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.
Jeanine Anez has called for a fresh vote to be held as former leader Evo Morales promised to return, repeating allegations of a coup. Protesters from both sides have taken to the streets once more.
Jeanine Anez has said that recently ousted president Evo Morales has no right to run in any upcoming national vote. The Latin American nation, however, remains divided over who should run the country.
Days after the resignation of longtime Bolivian President Evo Morales, Senator Jeanine Anez has declared herself the interim president of Bolivia. From Mexico, Morales said the move showed he had been ousted by a coup.
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