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Bolivia's Government And Opposition Agree On New Elections

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Bolivia's Government And Opposition Agree On New Elections

Bolivia's Government And Opposition Agree On New Elections

Bolivia’s interim government and lawmakers from Evo Morales’ party struck a deal.

According to Reuters, they want to resolve the country’s political crisis with new elections.

This comes after the president resigned as he felt pressure from protests and violence.

Mónica Eva Copa Murga said they want to “pacify” the country and “defend democracy.” She said: “Let’s get rid of colors, of radical positions, what our country is looking for right now is peace.”

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