Bolivia’s interim government on Friday accused former President Evo Morales of sowing discord in the country, according to local media.

Self-proclaimed interim President Jeanine Anez shared a video recording allegedly belonging to Morales in which she said he was orchestrating protests in Bolivia while in exile in Mexico.

Anez claimed Morales had a telephone conversation with indigenous leaders and said the former president “wants to block the transportation of fuel and food in various parts of the country.”

New Interior Minister Arturo Murillo said he asked authorities to open an investigation into Morales after the release of the audio

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