- Evo Morales announced on Tuesday his intention to return to his native country on November 9, the day after the new government, of Luis Arce, will take office;
- According to his interview in a TV Show in Argentina, Morales aims to arrive at the Chapare [a province in Bolivia] on November 11, the same date he had to leave the country last year to take refuge in Mexico,
Former Bolivian President Evo Morales announced on Tuesday his intention to return to his native country on November 9, the day after the new government, of Luis Arce, will take office. The information is from Bolivian newspaper El Deber.
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Luis Arce, the candidate of the Movement for Socialism (MAS ), the party of both politicians, was elected in the first round on October 18th. Morales’ declaration came on a TV show in Argentina, where he is staying.
“Quite a few dates are being debated. I have a proposal from social organizations, that perhaps on the 9th I would be entering to arrive at Chimoré on the 11th,” Morales declared during the TV show, where a tribute was paid to the former Argentine president, Néstor Kirchner, 10 years after his death. “Because on November 11 I left Chimoré to save my life. Now I will return for life, thanks to the unity of the Bolivian people.”