La Paz (TSN) – Bolivian President Evo Morales was forced to resign Sunday after senior army and police chiefs called on him to do so following weeks of right-wing unrest and violence against his Oct. 20 elections victory, in what his government has called a coup by opposition forces in the
La Paz (TSN) – In a continued call for peaceful dialogue, Bolivia says it will not be responsible for a war in Venezuela, President Evo Morales via a Twitter post-Monday. “We call on the presiding brothers of Latin America and the world to continue looking for a peaceful solution to the situation in Venezuela.
La Paz (TeleSUR) – The Bolivian government under President Evo Morales has officially begun to register citizens for free universal health care that will be available in March. Health Minister Adolfo Zarate announced that a brigade of healthcare officials will go door-to-door throughout the country to register uninsured Bolivians between the ages of five and
Sucre (GPA) – Bolivia’s ruling Movement for Socialism party has a longstanding history of supporting Palestine’s struggle for liberation. As Bolivia’s presidency of the U.N. Security Council begins in June, coinciding with 50 years of Israel’s illegal occupation, President Evo Morales announced Monday that the occupation of Palestine will be a
Sucre – (teleSUR) Evo Morales proposals to Mexico are an attempt to counter U.S. President Trump’s plan to build a wall along U.S.-Mexico border and impose borders taxes. Bolivian President Evo Morales Tuesday invited Mexico to rejoin the Group of 77 plus China and help build the Community of Latin American