Both Bolivia's thinks of Evo Morales and eksvicepræsident Álvaro García Linera have been granted asylum in Argentina.
Bolivia's former vice president, Álvaro García Linera, has made thinks Evo Morales company in Argentina.
It reports to local media on Friday.
Linera landed in Buenos Aires on Thursday evening together with his wife and daughter.
Argentina's ministry of foreign affairs informs that Morales and the "four former members of his government" have been granted asylum in the country.
- Asylmodtagerne will get permanent refugee status, writes the ministry in a statement.
Former president Evo Morales, who also arrived to Argentina on Thursday along with his former minister of health, Gabriela Montaño, "is here to stay". It told the argentine foreign minister, Felipe Solá, to the tv station TN.
the president of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, who was sworn in on Tuesday, had previously offered Morales asylum.
Bolivia's former president traveled the 12. november to Mexico, where he got asylum. It happened in the wake of nationwide protests against him due to alleged electoral fraud.
There has previously been speculation that Morales prefers to be in Argentina when he is on the way is closer to Bolivia.
Morales traveled to Buenos Aires from Cuba, where he underwent a checkup.
Evo Morales claims that he won a fourth term of office at elections on 20. October, but the accusations of cheating sparked weeks of violent protests, and eventually he had to withdraw.
Morales' resignation led to the collapse of the Senate vice-president, Jeanine Añez, took power in Bolivia and formed a conservative provisional government.
Argentina, Mexico and Cuba have all centrumvenstre - or left-wing governments.
the Argentine foreign minister, Felipe Solá, said that Argentina's new government does not recognize Bolivia's interim government, and that it is hoped that there will be held a new election as soon as possible.
Solá, adding that he expects that Evo Morales does not express his political opinions, so long as he is in Argentina.
/ritzau/dpaDate Of Update: 14 December 2019, 13:00