Bolivia: President Morales eyes fourth term in 2019

Bolivia's opposition is fractured, and while the 58-year-old Evo Morales is less popular than he was, he still commands considerable support.

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    Bolivia's President Evo Morales has shrugged off claims he's a dictator, after announcing he'll run for a fourth term.

    Tens of thousands of his supporters turned out in the city of Cochabamba, to back his 2019 bid.

    But it's also triggered protests.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports Cochabamba, Bolivia.


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