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Bolivian opposition repeats call for new elections; Morales says going nowhere

Reuters Friday, 8 November 2019 ()
Bolivian opposition leader Carlos Mesa asked Congress on Friday to pass an emergency bill setting the details of new elections as his political archenemy, President Evo Morales, vowed again not to buckle to mounting pressure on him to step down.
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Bolivian opposition protesters celebrated joyously in the streets of La Paz on Sunday evening after Bolivian President Evo Morales said he would resign following weeks of protests over a disputed election that has roiled the South American nation.

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