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Bolivia’s Morales demands ‘punishment’ for those arrested in ‘coup’ probe

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Bolivia’s former leader Evo Morales demanded “punishment” for the “authors and accomplices” of what he denounced as a coup against him, following the arrest on sedition charges Saturday of his successor Jeanine Anez.

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Citing a “coup d’etat” that saw him flee Bolivia in 2019 after disputed elections, Morales tweeted that the “authors and accomplices of the dictatorship” that succeeded him must be “investigated and sanctioned.”

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