London, UK. 19th January 2019. Bolivians protested in Trafalgar Square against President Evo Morales after Bolivia's Electoral Tribunal ruled in December that he could stand for a fourth term in office in the November 2019 elections, for which there are primaries on January 27th. Morales was elected in 2005 and supported the 2009 constitution that allows only two consecutive terms. A change to allow more was narrowly rejected by a referendum on 21st Feb 2016. Credit: Peter Marshall/Alamy Live News

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London, UK. 19th January 2019. Bolivians protested in Trafalgar Square against President Evo Morales after Bolivia's Electoral Tribunal ruled in December that he could stand for a fourth term in office in the November 2019 elections, for which there are primaries on January 27th. Morales was elected in 2005 and supported the 2009 constitution that allows only two consecutive terms. A change to allow more was narrowly rejected by a referendum on 21st Feb 2016. Credit: Peter Marshall/Alamy Live News
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London, UK. 19th January 2019. Bolivians protested in Trafalgar Square against President Evo Morales after Bolivia's Electoral Tribunal ruled in December that he could stand for a fourth term in office in the November 2019 elections, for which there are primaries on January 27th. Morales was elected in 2005 and supported the 2009 constitution that allows only two consecutive terms. A change to allow more was narrowly rejected by a referendum on 21st Feb 2016. Protesters in the 21F movement say he is a false democrat and behaves as a dictator, and accuse him of corruption and interfering with the court system. Peter Marshall/Alamy Live News

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