The violence of violence released in recent days in Bolivia was what forced Evo Morales to resign from the presidency, condemned on Monday by Vladimir Putin's government in Russia.
Following the departure of the current President, the Kremlin asked the country's political forces to find a "constitutional way out of the crisis" that they are going through.
YOU CAN SEE Evo Morale's house is brutally looted by opponents after his departure [VIDEO]
"A wave of violence caused by the opposition prevented Evo Morales from ending his presidential term," the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
In addition, he added that the government in Evo Morales I was looking for a solution based on dialogue, but violent acts prevented it, which "finally reminds us of a coup ."
A few hours before this announcement, it was learned that the Russian network RT, which consisted of Vladimir Putin's government, offered him a job as presenter of a television program, as did former President Rafael Correa.
The Government Russia is an ally of various regimes from the left in Latin America such as Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua. It was the same nations that condemned through their official communication channels a "coup d'état in Bolivia."
YOU CAN SEE Evo Morales charges a "coup d'état" led by Carlos Mesa and Fernando Camacho  According to the Cuban dictatorship, it should the international community pronounce and condemn the "violence" of the Bolivian opposition.
Nicolás Maduro, for his part, called on world leaders to "raise the voice of protest to save the lives of Evo Morales," amid an escalation of violence that ended with the destruction of the president's house.