Evo Morales said he would return to Bolivia from Mexico, which has granted him political asylum, if that would contribute to his country’s pacification.
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Luis Fernando Camacho had flown from his base in Santa Cruz to La Paz with a pre-written resignation letter for Morales after urging Bolivians at a rally on Monday night to “paralyse” government institutions.Continue reading
“Why five more years? To finish our great works. We feel strong; we have self-esteem; and with these crowds giving us energy we will guarantee the liberation of Bolivia forever,” Evo Morales said to his supporters.Continue reading
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