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Venezuela's Maduro Condemned 'Coup' Against Bolivian President

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Venezuela's Maduro Condemned 'Coup' Against Bolivian President

Venezuela's Maduro Condemned 'Coup' Against Bolivian President

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro condemned a “coup” against his leftist ally Evo Morales.

This comes after the Bolivian president said he would resign following calls from his country’s military to step down.

According to Reuters, Morales’ allies in Bolivia deserted him after weeks of protests.

After 14 years in power, the president finally said he would resign to help restore stability.

Maduro said: “We categorically condemn the coup realized against our brother president.”

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