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Bolivia's Morales leads presidential election, but runoff likely

Reuters Monday, 21 October 2019
Bolivian President Evo Morales led Sunday's election, but did not have enough votes to avoid a potentially risky runoff with chief rival Carlos Mesa in December, a preliminary count of nearly 84% of official results by the electoral board showed.
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News video: Bolivia's Morales says 'coup in progress' as rivals dispute vote

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As Evo Morales insists he won outright in presidential election, his rivals allege the vote counting was rigged.

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