The bolivian government accuses deposed president of terrorism

Bolivia's interim government reaches out for the deposed president and convened by the protesters for negotiations. Bolivia's interim government accuses the

The bolivian government accuses deposed president of terrorism

Bolivia's interim government reaches out for the deposed president and convened by the protesters for negotiations.

Bolivia's interim government accuses the country's ousted president Evo Morales of terrorism and incitement to violence.

This was stated by the interim government in a notification on Friday evening.

It happens, after Morales allegedly has called on protesters to maintain the blockages of roads in the troubled country.

Interior minister Arturo Murillo has filed an official complaint to federal prosecutors in La Paz.

- We go after to get the hardest possible punishment for incitement to violence and terrorism, the minister says.

Morales fled to Mexico, after he resigned as president of the 10. november.

If he gets charged and convicted by the provisional government wishes, he can get up to 30 years behind bars.

on the evening of Friday the interim government in a separate announcement invited the opposition and demonstrators to participate in the negotiations on Saturday in the hope of bringing an end to the worst political crisis in the country in 16 years.

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La Paz, has been plagued by demonstrators, blockages in the weeks, which have led to a shortage of both food and fuel.

The official accusation against the Morales addition, while congress in Bolivia are debating when to hold a new election in Bolivia.

The new choices are regarded as essential to resolve the conflict, which broke out after the elections on 20. October.

Here sought Morales, who is Bolivia's first president from the country's indigenous people, the re-election to the presidency. Morales claimed that he won the election, but the opposition accused him of valgfusk.

It has subsequently been confirmed by a report from the Organization of American States (OAS).

at Least 32 people have been killed after riots broke out in the country. Including the 17 killed in clashes with security forces, which tried to break the protesters ' obstructions.

Morales accuses the security forces in order to contribute to a "genocide" on his support among Bolivia's indigenous people. On Wednesday, he allegedly leaders of the opposition to maintain the picket line.

/ritzau/AFP

Date Of Update: 23 November 2019, 04:00

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