Wednesday December 11, 2019
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BY Sean Orr | Chicago, IL | 11/14/19
Events have not gone well for the coalition of generals and reactionaries that overthrew Evo Morales on November 10. Far from consolidating their control over the government and the country, the right-wing forces now stand on the back foot, facing the full force of an organized and enraged mass movement ready to defend their constitution and their elected government.
BY staff | New York, NY | 11/11/19
Over 100 people gathered by the Bolivia Mission at the United Nations on November 11 in response to the forced resignation of Bolivian President Evo Morales.
BY Sean Orr | Bolivia | 11/10/19
Today, a military coup took place in Bolivia. The first act began on October 20 - the day that Evo Morales was re-elected president by a ten-point margin against his nearest opponent, starting with violent protests in the country's urban middle-class neighborhoods.
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