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Bolivia's new president, Jeanine Añez Chavez, "issued a decree exempting security forces from criminal prosecution when maintaining public order; the following day, eight protesters were killed in a lethal crackdown, and more have been killed since."

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Tellimer - Bolivia: Hold on election uncertainty: Interim president, Jeanine Áñez, an opposition senator, promised to hold new elections after assuming office following the resignation of long-time president Evo Morales on 10 November. Morales departed…

Amid a climate of fear and violence, Jeanine Áñez’s interim government must negotiate with a legislature still dominated by Evo Morales’s party.

#Bolivian interim leader Jeanine Anez has signed a bill into law that limits the country's presidents to two terms and appoints a board that will decide on a date for a new general election, @cgtnamerica  reported Nov. 25.

Weeks ago, Jeanine Añez was the 2nd vice president of Bolivia's Senate — largely a ceremonial role — and was set to retire in January. Now she's the country's interim leader. Here's how she came to fill the power vacuum left by the ouster of Evo Morales.

Bolivian interim President Jeanine Anez enacted a bill to call for new elections after weeks of nationwide turmoil. CGTN's @STHGibbs  reports the latest from La Paz. #Bolivia 

Weeks ago, Jeanine Añez was the 2nd vice president of Bolivia's Senate — largely a ceremonial role — and was set to retire in January. Now she's the country's interim leader. Here's how she came to fill the power vacuum left by the ouster of Evo Morales.

Right-wing senator Jeanine Áñez declared herself president of Bolivia following the military coup that ousted President Evo Morales. But her position gave her "no constitutional right in the line of succession," says analyst Kathryn Ledebur.

Bolivia's interim President Jeanine Anez signed off on new elections on Sunday, November 24, in a key step towards ending weeks of unrest and turning the page on Latin American leftist icon Evo Morales.

#UPDATE  An attempt by MAS senators to prohibit "judicial processes " against Morales was rejected outright by interim president Jeanine Anez

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Riot police halted the march of thousands of indigenous Bolivians, who demonstrated support for former President Evo Morales. The protestors demand the resignation of self-declared “interim” leader Jeanine Anez.

US media are already trying to whitewash racist Jeanine Añez' self-declaration as president of #Bolivia  as a coup for women's rights. They won't show you the true face of the Bolivian right - like the mob that kidnapped & publicly tortured a female mayor for supporting Morales.

Bolivia's self-declared interim president Jeanine Áñez passed a decree giving security forces blanket immunity from prosecution as they quash protests. Kathryn Ledebur, director of @AndeanInfoNet , calls it a "systematic step to smother democracy, to smother alternative voices."

Bolivia's self-declared interim president Jeanine Añez pledged to work for all Bolivians who "deserve to live in democracy and never again have their votes stolen"

Self-declared president of #Bolivia  Jeanine Añez believes "the city is not for the Indians" whose spiritual traditions she calls "satanic". This coup is deeply driven by racism & resentment against Latin America's first indigenous president & the marginalized people he empowered.

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#BREAKING | Without deputies from the majority bank or quorum, Senator Jeanine Añez proclaims herself president of Bolivia. #BoliviaGolpeEstado  BO#EvoElMundoEstaContigo 

Past anti-Indigenous comments from Bolivia's self-declared interim President Jeanine Áñez, a right-wing Christian, are coming to light, adding to the backlash she already faces from Morales’s supporters.

Police halts the march of indigenous Bolivians, showing support for ex-President Evo Morales and demanding resignation of self-proclaimed ‘interim’ leader Jeanine Anez

An opposition leader in Bolivia's Senate has declared herself the country's interim president after the resignation of Evo Morales. Members of Morales' left-leaning party were not present when lawmaker Jeanine Añez made her announcement.

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