The United States evacuates its citizens from Bolivia
The US State Department on Wednesday demanded the families of US government employees to leave Bolivia because of the unrest that has resulted in the resignation of President Evo Morales and his declaration of political asylum in Mexico.
The US State Department warned its citizens not to travel to Bolivia because of its inability to provide emergency services because of the tense situation in Bolivia against the backdrop of the victory of President Evo Morales in the recent elections illegally.
On Monday, the Organization of American States (OAS) held an emergency meeting to study the situation in Bolivia, welcoming Morales' resignation, while some countries considered the event in Bolivia a coup d'état.
Bolivian President Evo Morales resigned on Sunday night after taking overBolivia has been in a state of protests and widespread unrest since last October, amid accusations of rigging the electoral process.