Luis Arce (centre) of the Movement for Socialism celebrates with running mate David Choquehuanca (right) in La Paz, Bolivia on Monday. Photo: AFP Luis Arce (centre) of the Movement for Socialism celebrates with running mate David Choquehuanca (right) in La Paz, Bolivia on Monday. Photo: AFP
Luis Arce (centre) of the Movement for Socialism celebrates with running mate David Choquehuanca (right) in La Paz, Bolivia on Monday. Photo: AFP

Evo Morales says he will return to Bolivia after ally’s election victory

  • Exiled ex-president’s leftist heir Luis Arce claims victory after exit polls show crushing triumph over rival Carlos Mesa
  • A year ago, after failing to secure fourth term, Morales fled to Mexico before settling in neighbouring Argentina

Topic |   Americas
Luis Arce (centre) of the Movement for Socialism celebrates with running mate David Choquehuanca (right) in La Paz, Bolivia on Monday. Photo: AFP Luis Arce (centre) of the Movement for Socialism celebrates with running mate David Choquehuanca (right) in La Paz, Bolivia on Monday. Photo: AFP
Luis Arce (centre) of the Movement for Socialism celebrates with running mate David Choquehuanca (right) in La Paz, Bolivia on Monday. Photo: AFP
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