News

Bolivian ex-President Morales accused, riots, terrorism, arrest ordered

in the vicinity ofthe video around the world: protests turn violent in Bolivia

Independent trade Union of miners faceoff in La Paz

Bolivian prosecutors on Wednesday issued an arrest warrant against the former President, Evo Morales, charging him with sedition and terrorism.

Interior Minister Arturo Murillo recently allegations against Morales, who claimed that he promoted, led to violent clashes, the cases, 35 deaths.

Bolivia, the former President, Evo Morales waves during a press conference in Buenos Aires.
(AP)

Officials say he ordered followers to blockade cities to force, the provisional removal from office of President Jeanine Áñez, took over when Morales resigned last month after a wave of protests and under pressure from the police and the military.

Morales, in Bolivia, the first indigenous leader of the left on political asylum in Mexico, he claims, he was the state of the victim of a coup d ‘.

Critics of his government had accused him win with fraud, a fourth term in the Oct. 20 votes. An audit by the organization of American States backed the allegations, saying it found evidence of electoral fraud.

BOLIVIA POWER EXCHANGE POLARIZED WESTERN HEMISPHERE “TIRED IDEOLOGICAL LINES’

Morales arrived in the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires last week, he allegedly plans to use as a base to influence policy in his neighboring home country.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FOX NEWS APP

Bolivia interim government, led by President Jeanine Añez, has expressed concern that Morales could use Buenos Aires as a campaign headquarters, and the action in his home back in may.

“When he is come, he knows that, he said pending processes with the law,” she said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Follow us

Don't be shy, get in touch. We love meeting interesting people and making new friends.

Most popular