“Bolivians deserve a free, fair and transparent election result. Canada is closely following the events in Bolivia and urges all parties to exercise restraint and avoid violence, ”the foreign ministry said.
Earlier, Bolivian President Evo Morales announced his readiness to hold a second round of presidential elections if falsification of the results of the first round is proved.
On October 25, Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro announced that the political forces that sought to change power in the country were also behind an attempted coup in Bolivia.
After the first round of presidential elections in Bolivia in the United States and a number of Latin American countries on October 20, they stated the need for the Bolivian government to “restore” confidence in the electoral process.
According to them, the Organization of American States should verify the results of the vote. If this fails, a second round should be held in the country.
Against the background of the election situation in the country, opposition protests began.