The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) published a report that describes the violence that was generated in Bolivia after the general elections as a “massacre”. For the interim government in charge of Senator Jeanine Áñez, the report is “totally biased” and “does not reflect reality.”
Bolivians suffered long lines on the streets of La Paz on Sunday to secure chicken, eggs and cooking fuel as supporters of ousted President Evo Morales continued to cripple the country's highways, isolating population centers from lowland farms.
Bolivia was set to start a politically charged review of its recent presidential election on Thursday, as the country contended with fresh protests and street clashes that left at least two dead and others injured. The Organization of American States was expected to conduct the audit of the fiercely contested October 20 vote, which handed President Evo Morales a first-round win.