The former interim leader will serve 10 years in a women's prison in La Paz, and still faces charges in a separate, pending case for sedition and other charges related to her short presidential stint.
The report also highlights the deep political polarisation surrounding Morales’ changing of the constitution to seek a fourth term, deep-seated racism against his Indigenous followers and traditionally weak institutions as aggravating factors.
Results for Bolivia's general elections that were held on Sunday are expected to be slower than usual as the Electoral Tribunal suspended the customary rapid count, arguing that it couldn't guarantee the accuracy.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange testified in his legal case against a Spanish private security firm that he claims spied on him while he was holed up in the Ecuadoran embassy in London.
The measure forbids the reelection of anyone who has served the last two terms consecutively as president, effectively ruling out ousted President Evo Morales.
Bolivia's Interior Minister Arturo Murillo said the charges are based on audio in which, from Mexico, Morales allegedly directed plans for road blockades in Bolivia to destabilise the interim government.
Former president Evo Morales' supporters shot dead in clashes between protesters and security forces in central Bolivia's Cochabamba city, AFP news agency reports.
A day after Jeanine Anez took power, she says she has also reached out to Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaido and requested him to send an ambassador to La Paz.
Bolivian President Evo Morales led Sunday's election but did not have enough votes to avoid a potentially risky runoff with rival Carlos Mesa in December, a preliminary count of nearly 84 percent of official results by the electoral board showed.
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