Bolivian Elections 2019
BOLIVIA Bolivia: An election in the midst of an ongoing coup

Morales had just won a presidential election in October for a term that would have begun in January 2020

50 days of coup d’état in Bolivia

The coup regime has been denounced for committing extensive human rights violations and persecuting the political opposition

Bolivian coup regime issues arrest warrant for Evo Morales

The attorney general of the coup regime issued a warrant for Morales accusing him of sedition, terrorism and financing of terrorism. This is seen as a bid to contain his influence during the presidential elections scheduled for March 2020

Argentine delegation confirms crimes against humanity committed by Bolivian coup regime

The delegation verified that the Bolivian coup regime has perpetrated massacres, persecuted leaders, and promoted racism and hate speech, among other atrocities

Bolivian coup regime threatens Argentine human rights delegation

A delegation of Argentine human rights defenders, social leaders, and lawyers arrived to Bolivia yesterday to verify the human rights situation in the country following the coup

What comes after the coup?

Peoples Dispatch spoke with sociologist Marco Teruggi about the agreement to hold elections in Bolivia and the implications of the coup for the continent

The people will not allow the coup in Bolivia, says Venezuelan ambassador

Crisbeylee González, the Venezuelan ambassador to Bolivia, and her team of diplomats were forced to return to their country after threats from the de facto government and xenophobic attacks. She talks about the nature of the coup

“They’re Killing Us Like Dogs”—A Massacre in Bolivia and a Plea for Help

Writing this dispatch from Bolivia, the conflict here is spiraling out of control and I fear it will only get worse.

Illegitimate government in Bolivia seeks to enshrine impunity for Armed Forces

Decree passed by the government of self-proclaimed ‘interim president’ Jeanine Áñez protects members of the armed forces from criminal liability

Hatred of the Indian. By Álvaro García Linera

Vice-president Álvaro García Linera reflects on the role of racial hatred in motivating the coup which forced him and President Evo Morales out of office and into exile

At least five killed by security forces in massacre in Cochabamba, Bolivia

Protests against the civic-military coup have been growing in strength across the country and security forces have responded with brutal repression

Evo Morales forced to resign, what next?

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the ongoing coup efforts in Bolivia where president Evo Morales was forced to resign after the military also joined the right-wing’s attempts.

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