Many felt Morales should not have run in 2019 after losing a 2016 referendum on indefinite presidential election.
This cleared the way for Jeanine Áñez, a Senate vice president, to declare herself president.
The worst violence was on Nov. 15, when police and military forces killed nine nonviolent protesters in Sacaba.
This occurred just after Áñez issued a decree exempting armed forces personnel from prosecution for the use of force.
Áñez is turning Bolivia into a far-right military dictatorship.

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