The Organization of American States recommended on Sunday that Bolivia hold a new election after it identified serious irregularities in the voting system in a report that called into question the victory of President Evo Morales.
Sometime before 10 December, when Argentine elected president Alberto Fernandez takes office, and agendas permitting, he will be travelling to France to meet with Emmanuel Macron, with whom he had an hour long conversation, according to Argentine sources.
Following on the resignation of president Evo Morales, the big question is what happens next in Bolivia. In effect according to articles 169/170 of the Bolivian constitution, when the president is removed or steps down, he is to be replaced by the vice president, the president of the Senate or the head of the Lower House, to head a transition administration with the task of holding fresh elections in 90 days.
The Mexican government invited the FBI on Sunday to participate in its investigation into an attack in northern Mexico that killed nine dual citizens of the United States and Mexico.
Spain's Socialists have won the country’s fourth general election in as many years, but without an absolute majority. The PSOE, led by acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, has taken just 120 seats out of a possible 350 – three less than the April 28 election, while the extreme right Vox party doubled its number of seats
Authorities in Australia's Queensland and New South Wales states on Monday declared a state of emergency as the country's eastern region prepared for catastrophic fire conditions.
The last whales held in a notorious facility dubbed the whale jail in Russia's Far East were released on Sunday, the institute overseeing the operation said.
Bolivian President Evo Morales, the first indigenous ruler of the country, announced his resignation in a televised address on Sunday after weeks of protests around “irregularities” in last month's elections.