Bolivian opposition lawmaker and the second vice president of the country’s senate, Jeanine Anez, announced she would assume the presidency on Monday after the resignation of former President Evo Morales and his vice president, Alvaro Garcia.

Speaking to a local news program on Sunday, Anez said she would take up office because Adriana Salvatierra, the president of the Senate; Ruben Medinaceli, first vice president of the chamber and Victor Borda, president of the Chamber of Deputies, also presented their respective resignations.

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