Carlos Mesa
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.

Evo Morales resigned Evo Morales resigns after Bolivian army backs right-wing coup

Bolivian president Evo Morales resigned after the army backed a right-wing coup amid an atmosphere of violence and intimidation by the opposition. Vice-president Alvaro Garcia Linera also resigned

We Stand Against the Coup in Bolivia (statement from Noam Chomsky and Vijay Prashad)

Noam Chomsky and Vijay Prashad denounce the escalation of the coup attempt against democratically elected President Evo Morales

Bolivian opposition carries out racist, misogynist attacks against government supporters

Violent opposition groups kidnapped and humiliated the mayor of Vinto, physically assaulted women during a march and forced a peasant leader to kneel down and beg for his life

Bolivians mobilise in defense of Evo Morales

Massive mobilizations are taking place in different Bolivian cities in defense of re-elected president Evo Morales and his party Movement Towards Socialism (MAS).

Evo Morales wins presidential elections in Bolivia

President Evo Morales clinched a first round victory in a very close race and will now assume Bolivia’s presidency for a fourth consecutive term

Evo Morales denounced that a coup process is underway in Bolivia

The reaction from the right-wing following Sunday’s elections has been to reject the results and call for violent mobilizations

Evo Morales takes leads in presidential elections

President Evo Morales is hopeful that he will win the general elections without a second round after the counting of the remaining 17% of the votes

What is at stake in Bolivia’s presidential election?

As Bolivia goes to vote on October 20, we look at the key candidates, the record of president Evo Morales since coming to power in 2006, and the regional implications of the verdict.

What is at stake in Bolivia’s presidential election?

Bolivia’s citizens will vote for their president and legislators on October 20.

What you need to know about the upcoming elections in Bolivia

This Sunday, Bolivians will decide more than their next president and legislators. Their votes will also decide the fate of the project for the transformation of Bolivia initiated in the last decade

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