RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Jeanine Áñez, interim president of Bolivia's Legislative Assembly, declared herself president of the country. Upon entering the Quemado Palace, the seat of government, she insisted on holding a Bible in her hand and declared: "The Bible returns to the palace".
Luis Camacho, one of the opposition leaders who advocated Evo Morales's resignation, along with Carlos Mesa, second in the fraudulent election, had already performed a "religious act" on the spot . . .