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LA PAZ (Reuters) – There is no warrant for the arrest of President Evo Morales, a Bolivian police chief said on Sunday in feedback aired on a regional television channel.

Morales, who resigned on Sunday amid backlash more than the disputed Oct. twenty election, denounced in an earlier statement on Twitter what he known as an “illegal” police warrant for his arrest and expressing that “violent groups” had attacked his home.

Reporting by Daniel Ramos Crafting by Cassandra Garrison Enhancing by Christian Schmollinger

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