Evo Morales, Bolivia's first indigenous president, resigned on 10 November under pressure from the opposition and was released by the army.
In order to put an end to the political and social crisis in Bolivia having already left thirty-two dead, the Provisional Government and the various parties contesting it will begin a dialogue on Saturday, November 23 at 4 pm (9 pm in Paris). Friday, November 22, the Minister of Public Works, Yerko Nuñez.
"Tomorrow (Saturday), we will establish the dialogue to have a country 100% cleared of dams and so that it can pacify and return to normal ", he said in a statement to the press as spokesman for the executive who took power after the resignation of President Evo Morales.
"Put an end to this episode in the best way"
Mr. Nuñez said he agreed with all the trends involved in the demonstrations since the departure of Mr. Morales, who was exiled to Mexico. According to him, the talks should take place at the presidential palace:
"There is a great willingness to solve and put an end to this episode in the best way. "
Evo Morales, 60, the first indigenous president of Bolivia, resigned on 10 November under pressure from the opposition, who went to the streets and was released by the army. From Mexico, a country that granted him political asylum, he claimed to be the victim of "The most astute and the most odious coup d'etat in history".