Bolivia makers cancel the meeting to discuss Morales


LA PAZ (Reuters) – The statement by the law of the Bolivian law on Tuesday said that they would cancel a meeting of the country's legislative assembly, which was originally planned for Tuesday night, which was expected to organize from leader Evo Morales.

There was concern at the meeting of both rooms of senators and deputies, who were under the control of Moves for Socialism (MAS) Morales party, that he voted to reject the left leader, a move that could land a further crisis. South America.

Monica Machicao and Miguel Lo Bianco reporting; Adam Jourdan wrote; Edited by Chizu Nomiyama

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