The situation in Bolivia will get worse before it gets better

Clashes erupted between supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales and the security forces in La Paz, Bolivia on November 15, 2019 [Reuters/Henry Romero] The violent ways of the opposition which took power from Evo Morales threaten the future of Bolivia’s democracy. By Guillaume Long The results of Bolivia’s October 20 elections were hardly a …

President Morales resigns amid right wing coup against the Bolivian government

Photo credit: Spotlight Nepal By BO Staff Writer The Bolivian President and his Vice President have resigned to end the U.S. backed protests in the country. Jeanine Añez, the opposition lawmaker and second deputy senate majority leader, will reportedly serve as the country’s Interim President. She announced that she will be calling for new elections …

Bolivia post elections update: Argentina’s President denounces rejection of Morales’ victory

Photo credit: teleSUR By BO Staff Writer On Saturday Argentinian President Alberto Fernández, remonstrated the non acknowledgement of the victory of Bolivian President, Evo Morales, whose legacy of the country’s economic transformation is unprecedented. Fernández‘s denouncement follows the calls by the opposition of a second electoral round in Bolivia by the Organization of American States’ …

Congratulations to Evo Morales on winning Bolivia’s Presidency in 1st Round – BLF

Photo credit: Reuters By BO Staff Writer The following statement was previously published on the Black First Land First website: Black First Land First (BLF) congratulates Evo Morales, on winning the Bolivian presidential election with a 10-point lead of 46.86 % against the 36.73 % of the votes obtained by the U.S. sponsored opposition leader …

A guide to understanding the protest deaths in Venezuela

By BO Staff Writer United States sponsored anti-government protests, similar to the Save SA and opposition party protests in South Africa, have flared up in Venezuela with the aim of removing the democratically elected president, Nicolas Maduro. Bolivia’s Evo Morales said the anti-government protests were orchestrated by the US to “overthrow Venezuela to steal oil.” …