According to lawmaker Edgar Montano, Bolivia's higher echelons knew about the deal.Full Story
According to Luis Arce, Jeanine Añez's mismanagement will affect Bolivia's economy.Full Story
Omar Paul Aguilar, senator of the Movement to Socialism (MAS), recalled that the Bolivian Constitution stipulates that promotions must be debated by the Senate.
"If the government does not want people to take to the streets, then it must listen to their voice," Andronico Rodriguez said.
The U.S.-backed regime could be conspiring with the Armed Forces to suspend the elections through a "self-coup d'etat."
The former president warned about the risks of privatizing Bolivia's resources.
Earlier this week, hundreds of prisoners in Palmasola protested to demand measures against the coronavirus.
The decree aimed at sanctioning those who disseminate information contrary to the coup-born regime's interests.
Professors said the massive dismissal leaves them with no economic assurance after the school closures due to pandemic.
The joint statement from agricultural organizations in the Cochabamba region states that the de-facto President Jeanine Añez went beyond her powers as an interim official violating the country’s constitution.
Prisoners claim that the biosecurity measures were practically non-existent among the prison population.