In Bolivia, protests continue to call for the resignation of President Evo Morales.
— ERBOL (@ErbolDigital) November 9, 2019
Santa Cruz opposition leader Luis Fernando Camacho arrived in the Bolivian capital to give Evo Morales a written letter of resignation, but police detained him right at the airport and sent him back to Santa Cruz.
Ciudadanos reportan que simpatizantes del MAS bloquean a la altura del peaje de la autopista con el objetivo de que las caravanas que vienen de Chuquisaca y Potosí no lleguen a la ciudad de La Paz. pic.twitter.com/zPgklcuF1X
— Página Siete (@pagina_siete) November 9, 2019
In this regard, supporters and opponents of Morales came to the airport, as a result of which a scuffle began. Law enforcement officers intervened in the clashes.
Vea la tensión dentro de las instalaciones de la @Pol_Boliviana en la ciudad de #LaPaz
Varios departamentos gritaron #MotinPolicial
Las bases de los policías están con el pueblo. pic.twitter.com/fHpw05gmO8
— Tonny Lopez (@tonnylp) November 9, 2019
In addition, it became known that the police immediately in the three cities of Bolivia joined the protesters against Morales. Cochabamba police were the first to join the protesters, and then law enforcement officers from Santa Cruz and Sucra joined them.