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President Morales halves his own pay  The new left-wing President has cut his salary by more than a half to a little over $1,800 per month Outrage over Morales' top military picks  A ceremony marred by shouts as protesters claimed Morales had appointed unqualified commanders New leader Morales vows change Map of La Paz Bolivia  Evo Morales has been sworn in as Bolivia's first indigenous president at the Congress in the main city La Paz Next president on celebratory tour  Evo Morales, partying until dawn with the coca growers, had the audience cheering with some anti-U.S. rhetoric Rodriguez sworn in as interim president
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Governor arressted after 30 killed
Brazil minister quits in Bolivia row  Brazilian Foreign Minister Antonio Patriota has resigned in the wake of a diplomatic scandal with Bolivia President vows to continue hunger strike  Evo Morales' hunger strike, initiated at the presidential palace, until the Senate sets a date for general elections to give him another 5-year... Official: Plot to kill president foiled


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Aug.26


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Apr.11


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Dec.22
  A top government official said that the country's intelligence services had uncovered a plot to assassinate President Evo Morales
Sep.16
  The military arrested Leopoldo Fernandez, the governor of one of 5 provinces where violent clashes have occurred in the past three weeks



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Jan.26
Jan.24
Jan.22


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Dec.29
Jun.9
  The head of Supreme Court is to succeed the outgoing Mesa after two congressional leaders turned the post down
Jun.6 President Carlos Mesa submits resignation  President Mesa offered to resign, seeking to quell anti-government protests that have paralyzed the country Mar.6 President Carlos Mesa offers to quit  President will submit his resignation to the Congress after widespread protests he said were 'blocking the country'

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Oct.17 President Sanchez resigns
  Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada has resigned after weeks of violent protests. Vice President Carlos Mesa was sworn


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Aug.4 Congress elects Lozada president
  Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada, a U.S.-educated, pro-market former president, is to lead the country for 5 years

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Aug.7 Bolivia's new president
  Jorge Quiroga will take over after Hugo Banzer, who resigned because cancer Jul.7 President suffering from cancer  Hugo Bánzer Suarez, 74, is suffering from lung, liver cancer Jul. 24, 1783   Simon Bolivar born Map of Caracas Venezuela
  Venezuela: Played an instrumental role in the establishment of Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru and Colombia as sovereign states independent of Spain


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B. 2009-04-11 President vows to continue hunger strike Bolivia
C. 2008-12-22 Official: Plot to kill president foiled Bolivia
D. 2008-09-16 Governor arressted after 30 killed Bolivia
E. 2006-01-26 President Morales halves his own pay Bolivia
F. 2006-01-24 Outrage over Morales' top military picks Bolivia
6. 2006-01-22 New leader Morales vows change La Paz, Bolivia
H. 2005-12-29 Next president on celebratory tour Bolivia
2005-06-09 Rodriguez sworn in as interim president Bolivia


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