Bolivian ex-president Evo Morales’ daughter Eva Liz Morales Alvarado is allowed to leave the country along with indigenous deputy, Mary Ponte, who are currently taking refuge in the Mexican embassy, RIA Novosti reported.
The MFA has given permission for the safe departure of Eva Liz Morales Alvarado and Mary Ponte, who are taking refuge in the Mexican Embassy, the ministry tweeted.
The new authorities in Bolivia created a special apparatus of the prosecutor's office, which will be responsible for the detention of deputies and other persons linked to the party of resigned president.
Morales won the presidential election with a minimum margin on October 20, but the opposition announced violations. At first, Morales announced new elections, but then, under pressure from the military, he resigned and left the country.
According to official information, 23 people were killed, 715 injured and 624 arrested since October 20 in Bolivian protests.