"According to forecasts, between Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday first thing we would be receiving the (audit) report from the Organization of American States," Pary told reporters, according to the state news agency. ABI
The audit was agreed between the Government and the OAS to clear up doubts about the elections of October 20, whose official calculation gave victory in the first round, and with it third successive re-election, to President Evo Morales.
Although the OAS audit mission has been working in Bolivia since October 31, only between Thursday and Friday did the conservative opposition present evidence of the alleged fraud.
Meanwhile, allegations of irregularities unleashed a wave of protests that has turned this week into a mobilization demanding Morales's resignation, regardless of the outcome of the audit.