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Bolivia's Morales calls for his election win to be respected

Reuters Thursday, 24 October 2019
Bolivian President Evo Morales hailed his election win on Thursday after an official count overnight extended his lead to a decisive 10-point gap over his main rival Carlos Mesa, enough for an outright first-round win.
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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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