Hundreds of people gathered in Argentina on Saturday to support Bolivia’s former President Evo Morales, who resigned earlier this week.

Bolivians living in Bolivia’s larger southern neighbor and left-wing NGOs gathered in front of the Bolivian Embassy in Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires.

The protestors called Morales’ resignation a “coup” and called on the international community to support Morales.

Protestors held Bolivian flags and banners saying “No coup in Bolivia.”

Bolivia was thrown into turmoil in October with demonstrations protesting the results of presidential elections in which Morales declared victory for a fourth term.

Demonstrators took

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