A former President of Bolivia: Morales accused of terrorism

The Bolivian public Prosecutor's office has brought against the former President, Evo Morales, accused of terrorism and financing of terrorist activities. Afte

A former President of Bolivia: Morales accused of terrorism

The Bolivian public Prosecutor's office has brought against the former President, Evo Morales, accused of terrorism and financing of terrorist activities. After his resignation, and his escape into exile in the past year, the former head of state, called on his followers in Bolivia to illegal activities, informed the public Prosecutor's office on Monday. During the violent protests after his retirement, he had applied, for example, by phone, a Familiar, a number of the cities of the Andean state of the food supply cut off.

The first indigenous head of state of the South American country was kicked back in February 2019, under pressure from the military after him by the Opposition and international election observers of fraud during the presidential election of 20. October accused had been. He at first continued in exile to Mexico and later settled in Argentina. Currently, an interim government in Bolivia, the office. Morales dismissed the charges on Monday. "Further evidence of the systematic persecution by the de facto government," he wrote on Twitter. "Soon, democracy and the rule of law will return to Bolivia."

Updated Date: 07 July 2020, 21:20

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