Since the controversial 2019 presidential election, Latin American countries have been in crisis. Although the Monetary Authority returned to power, supporters of Mr. Morales believed that he was overthrown in the coup because the camp opposite still regarded him as a dictator.
analysis. All Bolivians look forward to it. However, he was arrested on March 13 and then accused of participating in a “coup” against Evo Morales, placing Transitional President Jeanine Añez in pre-trial detention between November 2019 and November 2020. Lively commotion. The severe political crisis from October to November 2019 resulted in Evo Morales (Evo Morales) was forced to leave, the latter has been in office for the fourth consecutive term, but was accused of fraud by the opposition. She has led.I The conservative Senator Añez is in the head of state, but there is no incentive to get him into trouble.
Eighteen months later, Mr. Morales’ Socialist Movement (MAS) returned to power when Luis Arce was elected in October 2020. On Saturday, March 20, the detention of the former interim president was extended to September. Moreover, confrontations between various events in 2019-large-scale election fraud or coups-continue to haunt the country’s political life.
Critics of Mr. Morales think he is a “dictator” Because he did not respect his fourth candidate who relied on the popular vote referendum from a report of the Organization of American States (OAS) in 2016, they accused him of rigging the vote on October 20, 2019. The election is in the first round. For his supporters, allegations of fraud are an excuse to overthrow him and exercise his rights.
Around the ambiguity of the votes, the gap between Mr. Morales and the right-wing candidate Carlos Mesa was less than 35,000 votes. Mistrust of the electoral agency was accused of prejudice and aroused the anger of a political party. They stole their votes. Is there fraud? The answer is still very unclear.After three weeks of protests and violent attacks, OAS was delivered on November 10. The report ruled that Evo Morales’ first round of victory in 2019 was “Statistically unlikely”. That same evening, the head of state resigned and left the country.
However, no consensus was reached in the report.If the other seven studies have confirmed this, there are eight second views that will refute these conclusions, one of which is “Statistically flawed”. June 2020, New York Times Insist in believing “The evolution of delayed voting is not a sign of fraud”, But do not think there is no fraud. Some people accuse the Organization of American States of favoring this organization, which is regarded by many Latin Americans as a tool for American intervention.
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