Protesters in Bolivia stopped Evo Morales’ motorcade and egged the ex-president

The vehicles accompanying the ex-head of state were tackled by locals with banners and posters in rejection of his presence. They shouted "rapist" and "pedophile."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The ex-president of Bolivia Evo Morales was received on Thursday, March 18th, with heckling and egging in the city of Monteagudo, in the department of Chuquisaca, where a group of people tried to block passage of the motorcade in which the also leader of the governmental MAS party was traveling.

At the exit of the Apiaguaiki Tumpa airport in Monteagudo, the motorcade in which Evo Morales was traveling was attacked by locals who carried flags and posters rejecting the ex-president's presence.

The situation became tense at times, the locals blocked and attacked at . . .

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