Protests erupt in four Bolivian cities for the release of former President Jeanine Anez.
The former interim president is charged with terrorism, sedition and conspiracy in relation to events that began in 2019
Conservative politician faced an arrest warrant on charges of ‘terrorism’, sedition and conspiracy.
Bolivian prosecutors also want to arrest two men accused of helping force Evo Morales’s departure in 2019.
After a year in exile, Morales returns to a polarised Bolivia following the election victory of his left-wing party.
Wearing colourful traditional clothing and waving the Indigenous Wiphala flag, thousands welcomed Morales with cheers.
Thousands of cheering and flag-waving supporters welcomed Morales in Bolivia a year after he was removed from power.
With 55 percent of the vote, Arce’s electoral landslide is vindication to the MAS party of ex-President Evo Morales.
Rival concedes as Evo Morales’s party celebrates big comeback that could further polarise the nation.
Vote follows a year of political turmoil in the Andean nation following the resignation of former President Evo Morales.
Luis Arce leads in the polls, but the MAS candidate may not be able to avoid a risky, second-round runoff.
By pulling out of race, Jeanine Anez could increase chances the October 18 election will be pushed to a second round.
Bolivia’s interim gov’t is asking the ICC to investigate ex-president Evo Morales over blockades denying health access.
The charges were traced to a phone call during which Morales allegedly encouraged violent protests.