Evo Morales
Bolivia mobilization Over one million Bolivians mobilize in support of President Luis Arce’s government

Workers from diverse sectors, peasants, students, and members of various Indigenous organizations and social movements from all nine departments of Bolivia arrived in capital La Paz to ratify their support for President Luis Arce and Vice President David Choquehuanca’s government

Daily Round-Up | US teachers end strike after contract agreement and more stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of striking teachers in the United States, rallies for the defense of democracy in Bolivia, US airstrikes in Syria, and a new electoral alliance in Turkey

Why lithium power politics are playing out very differently in Chile and Bolivia

The people of Bolivia and Chile imagine a different kind of extraction: one that is controlled by those who live by the resources and one that does not destroy the earth.

Bolivian prosecutors suspend Camacho’s hearing in coup case following death threats

The governor of the Santa Cruz department, Luis Fernando Camacho, who was the president of the far-right Pro Santa Cruz Civic Committee in 2019, was one of the main promoters of the violent and racist demonstrations against the socialist government of former President Evo Morales in October 2019

Bolivia-Brazil- Jeanine Anez Bolivia rejects interventionist statements by Brazilian President

Bolivian Foreign Minister Rogelio Mayta described Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s plan to grant Jeanine Áñez political asylum as “absolutely impudent” and “inappropriate interference in internal affairs”

Bolivian court sentences Jeanine Áñez to 10 years in prison

The First Anti-Corruption Sentencing Court of La Paz found Jeanine Áñez and other former police and military chiefs guilty of “breach of duties” and taking “resolutions contrary to the Constitution and the Law” following the coup d’état against then President Evo Morales in November 2019

The nations of Latin America and the Caribbean unite in boycott of Biden’s Summit of the Americas

Leaders of over a dozen countries in the region have condemned the exclusion of Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela from the Summit

GIEI report affirms human rights violations in Bolivia

The report carried out by a group of experts established that at least 11 rights, including the right to life, right to freedom and personal security were violated during the last quarter of 2019.

Report confirms human rights violations committed after 2019 coup d’état in Bolivia

The report established that during the last quarter of 2019 under the coup-installed regime, mass human rights violations occurred including the violation of the right to life, personal integrity, freedom, personal security, judicial guarantees and due process, freedom of expression, freedom of association, among others

Latin America is moving towards Plurinationalism, slowly but definitely

In recent years, various progressive leaders across the region have presented proposals for a plurinational state to achieve true decolonization

Brazilian representatives ask Bolsonaro to clarify his participation in Bolivian coup

Brazilian deputies requested access to records and files which may indicate collaboration between Bolsonaro and Añez at the time of the coup

ICC throws out petition to investigate Evo Morales for crimes against humanity

Evo Morales described the ICC verdict as a “victory of truth over falsehood.” Jeanine Áñez’s coup-installed government had blamed Morales and union and farmer leaders for COVID-19 deaths after the 2020 general strike