© AP Photo/Juan KaritaБУЭНОС AIRES, November 10. /TASS/. Protesters against the re-election of Bolivian President Evo Morales for a new term occupied offices of the state TV channel Bolivia TV (BTV) and radio station Red Patria Nueva (RPN). This was announced on Saturday the head of state in Twitter.”State media BTV and RPN was captured by organized groups that are threats forced journalists to leave their jobs. They say that they defend democracy, but they act like dictatorial regimes,” he wrote.
Reports of journalists there.
Presidential elections were held in the Republic on October 20. According to the information published by the Higher electoral court, won by incumbent President Evo Morales. His main opponent, former President Carlos Mesa stated that he did not recognize the victory of Morales in the first round. After the announcement of the results in Bolivia, protests erupted, and began a strike. Morales declared a state of emergency and accused the opposition of attempting to organise a coup.
On Friday the protests were joined by police in several cities of Bolivia. The victims of the clashes and riots during the protests began, at least three people, injured more than 380.