RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mexican Chancellor Marcelo Ebrard has confirmed the information on his Twitter account.

The Bolivian leader resigned on Sunday, November 10th, after a 21-day wave of protests.

"We will enforce the right to asylum that Mexico has consistently upheld and exercised in the different historical circumstances that characterize our foreign policy," said a statement issued by the Mexican government.

The statement stated that the country will request an urgent meeting with . . .

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