The army asked the bolivian president Evo Morales to resign

The commander-in-chief of the bolivian army, general Williams Kaliman, was asked Sunday to president Evo Morales, faced the past three weeks a wave of protests against his re-election, to resign “for the good of Bolivia”.

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“After having analysed the situation of conflict internal, we call on the president to renounce his presidential mandate in order to allow the pacification and the maintaining of the stability, for the good of our Bolivia”, said the general to the press.

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