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Bolivia's Interim President Says Morales Can Return But May Face Investigation

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Bolivia's Interim President Says Morales Can Return But May Face Investigation

Bolivia's Interim President Says Morales Can Return But May Face Investigation

Bolivia’s interim President Jeanine Anez said former President Evo Morales can return to the country.

Yet he would have to respond to allegations of electoral fraud and would not be immune from investigation.

According to Reuters, Anez said they are trying tor resolve the country’s democratic crisis.

She said she’s talking with lawmakers from Morales’ party and said new elections were likely to occur.

But even if new elections happen, Morales would not be given permission to run.


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