Bolivia withdraws from ALBALA PAZ, Bolivia. -The Chancellor of the Government of Bolivia from the coup, Karen Longaric, reported the withdrawal of the country from the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of our America, ALBA.

The decision also included the cessation of 80 per cent of the ambassadors appointed in the constitutional mandate of Evo Morales who, in the opinion of the Foreign Affairs Minister, were appointed by political criteria.

Longaric’s statements shows up a day after Foreign Minister Diego Pary said from Nicaragua, where he attended an extraordinary meeting of ALBA Political Council, which he would continue to practice.

The day before, at ALBA Political Council, Pary confirmed that Evo Morales resigned from the presidency of the Plurinational State under pressure, as he was unwilling to be responsible for the death of Bolivians and to protect social movements.