Evo Morales Warns of Latent Danger of Coup in Bolivia

Morales made his claims at the MAS political and organizational meeting, which will outline the party's objectives for next year.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The former Bolivian president, Evo Morales, ousted in 2019, warned of the latent risk of a coup d'etat and asked his followers to debate how to take care of President Luis Arce and the process of change.

Morales made the warning at an assembly of the leadership of the Movement for Socialism (MAS) party, which he leads, and the six federations of coca leaf growers in the Chapare territory, in the central department (province) of Cochabamba.

'The question of a coup is still present, it is an ideological, programmatic struggle, it is a cultural, social . . .

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