Former President Evo Morales held the opposition that took charge of the country after his ouster is responsible for civilian casualties during protests since he left Bolivia.

“The dictatorship of [self-proclaimed interim President Jeanine] Anez, [Opposition leader Luis Fernando] Camacho and [Former President Carlos] Mesa has already caused 30 deaths and dozens of wounded with repression by the police and armed forces,” Morales tweeted Wednesday.

He urged the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and the UN to denounce and deter the “massacre of indigenous brothers who ask for peace, democracy and respect for life on the streets.”

On Tuesday,

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