Bolivia's interim president has told her exiled predecessor, Evo Morales, should face prosecution if he returns to the country.
Interim leader Jeanine Áñez says he is breaking the conditions of his asylum by continuing to engage in politics.
Mr Morales, leftwing and from the indigenous community, fled to Mexico after the military urged him to quit.
His supporters continue to protest against what they say is a military coup.
Bolivia has been in turmoil since last month's disputed election.
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