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Bolivia: Luis Arce and Evo Morales begin 200-kilometer-march in defense of democracy

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "The people always have the word and we said it: if they do not want to respect the vote in the ballot boxes we will make them respect it in the streets," warned a euphoric Bolivian president. For his part, the ex-president of Bolivia assured that the right-wing "wants to return to the colonial state."

Among multicolored flags, music and Andean rituals, Bolivia's president Luis Arce, and ex-president Evo Morales, on Tuesday led the first part of a massive mobilization in favor of the government that will cover almost 200 kilometers.

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