Bolivia on Tuesday announced its interim president who will take the country to early elections in 90 days after long-serving leader Evo Morales resigned.

Jeanine Anez, a member of the Democratic Union Party and second vice-president of the Senate, assumed control as head of state in a session of Bolivia’s Legislative Assembly.

Despite failing to garner a majority of the vote due to a boycott by members of Morales’ Movement for Socialism party, Anez declared herself president.

Anez said the country’s laws allowed her to assume the post of interim head of state after the resignation of the

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