Evo Morales's party in the spotlight
Interim Bolivian President Jeanine Áñez has questioned the participation of Evo Morales's MAS party.
Áñez said the fraud committed by Evo Morales is a criminal offense and the court will have to decide whether to allow his participation in the upcoming elections.
In addition, anyone from Nicolás Maduro's regime will have to leave Bolivia and will be replaced by Juan Guaidó's officials.
Áñez also ordered the expulsion of 725 Cubans from Bolivia.
Havana is believed to have provided intelligence assistance to Morales, just as it does in Venezuela.
From Mexico, Morales summoned the armed forces and requested the intervention of the Catholic Church.
Chilean demonstrators knock down a drone
In Santiago, Chile, a drone was knocked down by demonstrators after being targeted by numerous laser pointers.
This method has become common among young people attending the protests, who seek to dazzle the drones and helicopters of the security forces to avoid facial recognition.
Gabriel Zurdo, a cybersecurity specialist, explained to Cadena 3 radio that lasers manage to "interrupt communication between the command and the drone.
The images of dozens of lasers pointing at cars of the forces, helicopters, and drones, multiply as the days of protest continue.
Sebastián Piñera's government and the opposition this Friday agreed on a road to a new constitution, confirming a plebiscite for April 2020.
Drug trafficking increased by 50% under Nicolás Maduro's regime
Drug trafficking has increased by more than 50% in Venezuela under Nicolás Maduro's regime.
Admiral Craig Faller, head of the Southern Command, confirmed this during a meeting with Caribbean security leaders.
Maduro has favored drug traffickers and criminals, and has given refuge to "terrorist groups" to "destabilize" the region.
He added that these criminal groups are "more powerful and dangerous every day."
During the Chávez regime, Venezuela became a refuge for terrorist groups, such as the Colombian guerrillas.
March: "All Venezuela Awakens"
In Colombia a big strike against the government of Iván Duque has been called for Nov. 21.
Juan Guaidó called for a new demonstration in Venezuela this Saturday, November 16, against the regime of Nicolás Maduro and under the slogan "All of Venezuela Awakens."
María Corina Machado, a leader of the opposition, pointed out that the call to the street must be permanent. Those close to Guaidó have not clarified how long these demonstrations will last.
Maduro though, is about to implement a plan called Operation Centurion, militarizing streets, blocking avenues, and cutting communications including the Internet.
Chavista groups, many of them armed, will also take to the streets that day with the slogan "Homeland or Death."
Jorge Millán criticized Maduro for trying to take advantage of the protest to charge opponents with terrorism.