Police forces of Cochabamba, Sucre, Santa Cruz, Oruro – where agents even took the government – and other regions of Bolivia have starred in this mutiny, he says on his website BBC World.
On the other hand in La Paz, although there were police retreats in different units, the mutiny was not declared openly.
Speaking to the press, Defense Minister Javier Zavaleta said that Morales, constitutionally the captain general of the Armed Forces, ordered the military not to go out.
The police riot has dispersed throughout the nine departmental capitals, where groups of numerous protesters opposed to Morales concentrated on police commands asking agents to join the riot.
The Spanish agency EFE reports that in Oruro a group of policemen "took the seat of the government" peacefully. In that place a uniformed man, with his face covered, told the media that his goal was to "recover democracy" in Bolivia.
In all the places where this mutiny is happening, which the government has decided to call "quartering," people shout: "Police friend, the town is with you," he reports. EFE.
These actions come to add to the social crisis that the South American country is experiencing, after the general elections on October 20, where Evo Morales was declared the winner and has not stopped receiving accusations of fraud from the opposition. Until now Three deaths have been reported in these demonstrations.