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US-backed coup in Bolivia
Illegitimate usurper president Jeanine Anez breached articles 161 and 169 of the Bolivian Constitution.
According to art. 161 the Legislative Assembly’s functions include “accept(ing) or reject(ing) the resignation of the president (and) vice president”.

According to art. 169:
Quote:In the event of an impediment or definitive absence of the President, he or she shall be replaced by the Vice President and, in the absence of the latter, by the President of the Senate, and in his or her absence by the President of the Chamber of Deputies. In this last case, new elections shall be called within a maximum period of ninety days.

In case of temporary absence, the Vice President shall assume the Presidency for a term not to exceed ninety days.

Before the CIA coup, most Bolivians knew little or nothing about Anez, who was elected to Bolivia’s Senate in 2014 with (only) 91,895 votes (1.7% of the 5,171,428 votes).

In support of the CIA-coup, Twitter created 4,492 accounts in only 2 days.
Luciano Galup noted that 3,612 of those accounts have less than 2 followers:

Firestarter Wrote:Maybe the motive for this coup was that Bolivia doesn’t export enough cocaine?!?
In 2017, Anez’s nephew was arrested in Brazil for smuggling 480 kilos of drugs. After this, security minister Carlos Romero called Anez’s position in the senate "rogue":
The following story certainly makes it more probable that a motive for getting rid of President Morales was that he took the “War on drugs” a bit too seriously. In a strange twist even rumours have been spread that Morales was promoting illicit drugs (while selected puppet president Jeanine Anez’s nephew was caught smuggling drugs).

According to UNDOC, Bolivian farmers are helped to “develop licit farming alternatives to coca bush cultivation”. “Related activities” with Bolivian authorities continue “fight(ing) against drug trafficking and contribute to achieving the objectives of the National Alternative Development Plan”.
In February 2019, UNODC reported that Bolivia had “inaugurated port control to boost the fight against illicit drug trafficking”.

The project:
Quote:reduc(ed) illicit coca bush cultivation and cocaine trafficking (under Morales), providing licit economic alternatives, thus reducing poverty and social marginalization.
It emphasizes the prevention and further expansion of illicit coca bush cultivation and the need to improve the living conditions of people in areas under such cultivation.

While there are many rumours that Morales won the presidential elections through fraud, an “independent analysis” by the Center for Economic Policy Research revealed no evidence of fraud or electoral irregularities:

Germany’s ACISA wasn’t the only company that was trying to make deals to get Bolivian Lithium…
In 2018, Bolivia exported nearly $0.56 million worth of Lithium Carbonate. Bolivia has exported $0.35 million to China and $0.22 million to the US in Lithium.
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In February 2019, state-owned Yacimientos de Litio Bolivianos Corporación (YLB) signed a $2.3 billion deal with the Chinese TBEA Group.
This year, landlocked Bolivia was also trying to close a Lithium deal with the Indian consortium KABIL - National Aluminum Company (NALCO), Hindustan Copper (HCL) and Mineral Exploration Corp Ltd. (MECL):

In 2009, Jeremy Bigwood and Eva Golinger obtained (formerly) classified documents through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request that show that since 2002 the US Agency for International Development (USAID) invested more than $97 million in “decentralization” and “regional autonomy” projects and political opposition parties in Bolivia.
USAID apparently was the “first donor to support departmental governments” and “decentralization programs” in Bolivia.

Through the international branches of the Republicon-Democrook party, the International Republican Institute (IRI) and National Democratic Institute (NDI) that are funded by the Department of State and CIA-front the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), USAID has funded and provided strategic political aid to opposition groups in Bolivia. The principal beneficiaries of this funding were opposition parties Podemos, MNR, MIR and more than 100 politically-oriented NGOs in Bolivia.
In 2007, $1.25 million was dedicated to “training for members of political parties on current political and electoral processes, including the constituent assembly and the referendum on autonomy”.

One document explains that this “decentralization” and “regional autonomy” program began in 2004, when USAID established an Office for Transition Initiatives (OTI) en Bolivia. The OTI contracted the US company Casals & Associates to coordinate a program based that included autonomy for the region surrounding the province of Santa Cruz de la Sierra in Eastern Bolivia where the hard core opposition to President Evo Morales is based.

For some reason, these documents have disappeared from the internet (I couldn’t find them):
Donald Trump is very cozy with the Rothschild crime syndicate:

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US-backed coup in Bolivia - by Firestarter - 11-18-2019, 05:02 PM
RE: US-backed coup in Bolivia - by Firestarter - 11-22-2019, 04:46 PM
RE: US-backed coup in Bolivia - by Firestarter - 11-25-2019, 03:28 PM
RE: US-backed coup in Bolivia - by Firestarter - 12-02-2019, 05:45 PM
RE: US-backed coup in Bolivia - by Firestarter - 12-24-2019, 05:26 PM
RE: US-backed coup in Bolivia - by Firestarter - 01-22-2020, 04:05 PM
RE: US-backed coup in Bolivia - by Firestarter - 07-19-2020, 03:25 PM
RE: US-backed coup in Bolivia - by Firestarter - 07-30-2020, 03:16 PM
RE: US-backed coup in Bolivia - by Firestarter - 09-26-2020, 04:28 PM
RE: US-backed coup in Bolivia - by Firestarter - 11-10-2020, 04:43 PM

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