Bolivian President Evo Morales has resigned. This was announced by himself. He sent his resignation to parliament and cited his desire for peace and stability in the country as a motive.

Bolivian President Evo Morales resignsMorales declares that he does not intend to flee the country and has not stolen anything, but there are persistent rumors that there will be an escape.

He is expected to be arrested.

Mexico has already offered political asylum. This was announced by Foreign Minister.

Argentina, Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, and Mexico have announced that the resignation is a coup.

It is not yet clear who will temporarily serve as president.

This comes after Bolivia’s army earlier called on the president to step down after 14 years in power. Bolivia’s commander-in-chief made the statement.

“After analyzing the conflicting internal situation, we ask the president to resign his presidential mandate to allow peace and stability to be maintained for the good of our Bolivia,” General Williams Kaliman told reporters.

This comes after the police have passed on the side of protesters earlier this week, who have been protesting for weeks over the 2006 re-election of the head of state.

The demonstrators took at least 3 casualties.

We are reminded that, under pressure from public discontent, earlier today, Morales announced that he would call a new presidential election after international observers questioned the results of the vote a few weeks ago.

I am calling for new elections so that the people of Bolivia can elect their new government by a vote, he announced.

At a press conference, the longtime leader also promised to replace members of the country’s election commission.

The Vice President and President of the Senate have resigned.

The international organization announced that an election check on October 20 found “clear manipulation” of the electoral system and the results could not be confirmed.

The manipulations of the computer system are such that they must be investigated by Bolivia and be held accountable in this serious case, a preliminary report said.

What happened before this story?

Morales called for new elections in Bolivia

Bolivian President Evo Morales has announced that he will call a new presidential election after international observers questioned the results of the vote a few weeks ago, the BBC reported.

I am calling for a new election so that the people of Bolivia can elect their new government by a vote, he said, quoted by TASS.

At a press conference, the longtime leader also promised to replace members of the country’s election commission.

The Organization of American States has recommended that Bolivia hold new elections today after serious violations of the latest vote, which called into question the victory of President Evo Morales, revealed.

The international organization announced that an election check on October 20 found “clear manipulation” of the electoral system and the results could not be confirmed.

The manipulations of the computer system are such that they must be investigated by Bolivia and be held accountable in this serious case, a preliminary report said.

On Saturday, disgruntled Bolivian citizens stormed two state-owned media and forced them to interrupt the broadcasts, and some police officers stopped guarding the area where Morales Palace is located, AFP reported.

The demonstrators invaded Bolivia TV and Radio Patria Nueva. They forced journalists to leave, accusing them of serving Morales’ interests. About 40 journalists left the building, shared by the two media, while 300 protesters insulted them.

Morales, who was first elected president in 2006, rejects calls for resignation.

Protests in Bolivia continue, at least three have died

At least 3 victims have taken the ongoing protests in Bolivia, world news agencies said.

The latest victim is a 20-year-old student who died at a hospital in Cochabamba, for whose death President Evo Morales has already expressed condolences on Twitter.

The ruling condemned the violence during the demonstrations.

At a news conference on Thursday, Vice President Alvaro Garcia Liner called on opposition leaders Carlos Mesa and Luis Fernando Camacho to help stem the violence.

He drew attention to the ongoing audit of the vote by the Organization of American States (OAS).

Mesa and Camacho have called on Morales, the country’s president since 2006, to step down and hold new elections without him.

We recall that the protests triggered by the controversial victory of President Evo Morales in the last election have entered their third week. Demonstrators accused the authorities of trying to falsify the results of the vote.

At a big rally Monday night in the eastern city of Santa Cruz, Luis Fernando Camacho, civic leader, Ave.

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