Mexico provides asylum to Bolivian

Mexico provides asylum to Bolivian

Mexico has issued an ask for asylum from previous Bolivian president Evo Morales, in line with the Mexican secretary that is foreign.

Marcelo Ebrard stated on Sunday that Mexico would just take Mr Morales it, and announced on Monday that the ex-president had now requested asylum if he wanted.

Bolivia’s very very first native president resigned on Sunday following the military called for him to give up after days of protests over a disputed election.

Clashes and roadblocks rocked Bolivia on Monday, with crowds of celebrating Mr Morales’ resignation with fireworks into the streets and a tearful opposition frontrunner installing a potential path towards new elections.

Aggravated supporters regarding the socialist leader set barricades on fire to block some roadways resulting in the country’s primary airport as stress gripped the world, while their foes blocked all the roads resulting in the country’s main square right in front of Congress plus the palace that is presidential.

Opposition politician and Senate 2nd vice-president Jeanine Anez stated in a difficult target if she would need approval from the national assembly, which is controlled by Morales supporters that she would take temporary control of the Senate, but it was unclear. (more…)

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