"A running ticket to encompass Indigenous, social, and middle-class movements," commented teleSUR's correspondent Marco Teruggi.Full Story
Morales and presidential candidates David Choquehuanca, Andrónico Rodríguez, Luis Arce and Diego Pary signed an agreement last Friday for the MAS election plan.Full Story
The military academy created was renamed by the coup government in honor of the assassins of internationalist hero Ernesto "Che" Guevara.
The controversial bill must be sent to the Chamber of Deputies, where President Sergio Choque, had expressed days ago that the extension of the mandate is unconstitutional.
Women, workers, Indigenous peoples, and transporters vowed to defend democracy.
“We ask the Argentine government to repudiate the practices of Evo Morales, at odds with the law and international public order,” Bolivia’s government said, adding it had sent a diplomatic letter to Argentine Foreign Minister Felipe Solá.
"Peace, reconciliation and unity in Bolivia will only be achieved by restoring the rule of law," Morales said.
Among other measures, the law gives compensation to the families of the dead and covers the recovery process for the wounded on November's coup.
A far-right shock group called "The Resistance" kept Carlos Romero under siege inside his own house.
"Be very successful my dear Ambassador Gualberto Rodríguez so that we will soon see results in Spain and also make it known in Europe that this government does not come from a coup d'état," the de-facto Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia said.
The former Minister in Evo Morales Administration reappeared publicly on Wednesday since the coup on Nov. 10, when a journalist from an international agency located him entering a Sopocachi building in La Paz.