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Bolivia to hold new election after 'irregularities', deadly protests

SBS Sunday, 10 November 2019
Bolivian President Evo Morales has called for a fresh election after international monitors questioned the legitimacy of his victory last month.
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News video: Bolivia's Morales calls for new elections after OAS audit

Bolivia's Morales calls for new elections after OAS audit 02:14

President to replace electoral board members after monitors find irregularities in disputed vote that sparked protests.

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