Bolivia’s Evo Morales Claims Police Have “Illegal Warrant” to Arrest Him

Mexico has reportedly offered asylum to Morales, who resigned Bolivia's presidency on November 10th and thus lost his immunity from arrest.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Former Bolivian President Evo Morales said last night on Twitter that a police officer announced he had a warrant for his arrest. Morales, who resigned yesterday after 13 years in power, classified the action as illegal. Mexico offered him asylum.

"I denounce to the world and to the Bolivian people that a police officer has publicly announced that he has been instructed to execute an illegal arrest warrant against me; likewise, violent groups have burglarized my home. The coup perpetrators are breaking the rule of law," wrote the former president.

Earlier, María Eugenia Choque Quispe . . .

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