(BOLIVIA) LATEST: The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) Report: That deaths on Saturday, now total number of fatalities in the post-election unrest and stood at 23 with 122-wounded @PressTV #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Nov.17: The IACHR, which is a part of the Organization of American States, said 122 people had also been wounded since Friday: Four more people have lost their lives in clashes with security forces in central Bolivia, a stronghold of former president Evo Morales, a Washington-based rights organisation says:The new deaths came a day after police opened fire at protesters trying to cross a military checkpoint near the city of Cochabamba, also in central Bolivia, killing five Morales supporters: Bolivia: Police kill 5 pro-Morales protestersBolivia: Police kill 5 pro-Morales protesters

Bolivia’s capital is wracked with deadly protests in favor of the country’s democratically-elected president Evo Morales, who was recently toppled in a coup d’état.

UN ‘concerned’ about deaths

Early on Saturday, United Nations (UN) High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet issued a statement censuring the killing of the protesters as “an extremely dangerous development.”

“I am really concerned that the situation in Bolivia could spin out of control if the authorities do not handle it sensitively and in accordance with international norms,” Bachelet said.

Jean Arnault, the head of the UN Mission to Colombia said: The organisation. also hoped it could contribute to an “accelerated pacification process” leading to new elections following Morales’ resignation: Tensions began in Bolivia after Morales won the country’s presidential election on October 20. The opposition rejected the outcome and claimed that there had been fraud in the electoral process.

That sparked violent street protests in the Latin American country, in what the Morales government called a coup: However, under pressure from the military and his political opponents, Morales announced his resignation from his post and was granted asylum in Mexico.

Protests against his resignation entered a new phase on Tuesday: When former deputy speaker of Bolivia’s senate, Jeanine Anez, declared herself acting president in a legislative session that failed to reach a quorum because it had been boycotted by legislators from Morales’ left-wing party.

PressTV-Bolivia's self-proclaimed interim president appoints cabinetPressTV-Bolivia’s self-proclaimed interim president appoints cabinet

Bolivia’s self-proclaimed interim president swears in new government ministers following the forced resignation of president Evo Morales.

Venezuelans march in Caracas to back Morales:

Meanwhile, the supporters of Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro flocked to the streets in the country’s capital of Caracas on Saturday to show solidarity with the leftist Morales.

​A supporter of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro displays a poster in support of ex-Bolivian President Evo Morales, during a pro-government demonstration in Caracas, on November 16, 2019. (Photo by AFP)

Demonstrators marched through the city with flags of Venezuela and Bolivia, before rallying around a stage where a slogan reading “anti-imperialist Venezuela; against fascism and in defense of La Paz” was displayed: As president, Morales helped lift millions out of poverty, increased social rights, and presided over 13 years of stability and high economic growth in South America’s poorest country.

#AceNewsDesk reports …………….Published: Nov.17: 2019:

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