Bolivia's legislative assembly approves the annulment of the October general election and the holding of new elections. Ex-president Evo Morales is barred from participating.
Bolivia's congress, controlled by lawmakers from Morales' Movement for Socialism (MAS) party, said it would cancel a contentious vote in the legislature that had been expected to reject Morales' resignation.
Interim interior minister Arturo Murillo threatens to arrest MAS legislators, who refuse to recognize Jeanine Áñez's legitimacy, for "subversion".
At least eight people were killed and dozens injured in Sacaba after security forces fired on supporters of ousted president Evo Morales.
Armed gangs attack people in Cochabamba who appear to be celebrating Evo Morales's resignation.
Vice President of the Senate Jeanine Áñez becomes the acting president of Bolivia, the first woman to ascend to that office.
Bolivian President Evo Morales announces new general elections after accusations of fraud.
The constitutional successors of Morales, Vice President Álvaro García Linera, President of the Senate Adriana Salvatierra and President of the Chamber of Deputies Víctor Borda also resign. Mining Minister César Navarro also announces his resignation.
The mayor of Vinto, Patricia Arce of the ruling MAS party, is attacked by opposition protesters who dragged her through the streets barefoot, covered her in red paint and forcibly cut her hair.
Protests break out across Bolivia in rejection of what are seen as fraudulent Presidential vote results.