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World Bolivia: Morales will have "no role" in government, according to elected president

02:40  21 october  2020
02:40  21 october  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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Luis Arce, who led Bolivia ’s elections according to exit polls, at his campaign office last week.Credit Julie Turkewitz/The New York Times. “We are MAS 2.0,” he said in an interview shortly before the election . He added that Mr. Morales would have no role in his government .

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BOLIVIA-ELECTION-ARCE: Bolivia: Morales will have "no role" in government, according to president-elect

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LA PAZ (Reuters) - Luis Arce, president-elect of Bolivia, told Reuters on Tuesday that former president Evo Morales, who chairs his party but lives in exile on charges of sedition, would play "no role" in his government.

Luis Arce won Sunday's presidential election with more than 50% of the vote against centrist candidate Carlos Mesa, who would get around 32% of the vote, according to a count made after counting nearly 60% of the ballots.

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From Argentina, where he has been in exile for a year, Evo Morales remains president of the Movement for Socialism (MAS), Arce's party, but the latter has indicated that his influence will remain minimal.

"He will have no role to play in our government," assured Luis Arce in the MAS offices in La Paz, the Bolivian capital.


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"He can return to the country whenever he wants because he is Bolivian, but in the government, it is up to me to decide who will be part of the administration and who will not, "he added.

Former coca producer, first Amerindian to have acceded to the presidency of the Andean nation, Evo Morales is in Argentina where he enjoys refugee status.

Evo Morales is the subject of an arrest warrant issued against him by the Bolivian public prosecutor for sedition and terrorism.

"The right to due process has not been respected in several cases concerning him", said Luis Arce.

"I regret that politics has been judiciarized, the right has judiciarized politics", he added.

(Marcelo Rochabrun; French version Camille Raynaud, edited by Jean-Stéphane Brosse)

Exclusive: Bolivia's President-elect Arce says 'no role' for Morales in new government .
Exclusive: Bolivia's President-elect Arce says 'no role' for Morales in new governmentLA PAZ (Reuters) - Bolivia's president-elect Luis Arce told Reuters on Tuesday that there was "no role" in his government for socialist party leader Evo Morales, who governed for almost 14 years before resigning under pressure last year and fleeing the country.

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