Mexico City, Mexico

Bolivian prosecutors issued an arrest warrant Wednesday for ousted President Evo Morales on charges of sedition and terrorism. 

Interim President Jeanine Anez warned Saturday that leaders brought charges against the former socialist and indigenous president.

Morales is currently in political exile in Argentina from where he tweeted about the interim president’s announcement.

“The coup supporter Anez … ordered and announced the order of capture against me for terrorism and sedition. When those who committed sedition, terrorism and genocide were her [and other interim leaders],” he said.

Morales stepped down in November amid protests that the government tampered

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