Ruxandra Guidi reports on Bolivia's recall referendum this weekend, as voters will have the chance to decide if President Evo Morales and several opposition governors should stay in office or be thrown out.
Unrest in Bolivia worsens as protesters want to restore a popular government that has reduced poverty rates and has given the nation’s long-neglected Indigenous people a voice. Critics see the backlash to interim president Jeanine Añez as a dangerous effort to undermine democracy.
Tensions between Bolivia's white ruling elite and Indigenous populations underlie current allegations of human rights abuses by an ex-president — one that are being heard in a US courtroom in what lawyers say is the first such case involving a living former head of state facing his accusers.
The World reports on global news in ways that reflect our shared core belief: we are all connected. Will you help us keep our reporting free for all, especially now?
The World team has covered the global pandemic with depth and humanity, but only thanks to the generous support of readers like you. Please consider a gift to The World to ensure we can continue this important service. Support The World for as little as $7 a month.