Bolivia's President Evo Morales annouces his resignation in Lauca N, Cochabamba, Bolivia November 10, 2019 in this still image taken from Bolivian Government TV. Evo Morales said on Sunday, he would resign as allies tumbled away amid a fierce backlash over a disputed election that has roiled the South American nation. Chris Dignam has more. Bolivian Government TV via REUTERS TV

Bolivia's President Evo Morales looks on after adressing the media at the presidential hangar in the Bolivian Air Force terminal in El Alto, Bolivia, November 10, 2019. Bolivian President Evo Morales announced he would resign on Sunday, after the country's military called on him to step down amid a fierce backlash over a disputed October election. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Bolivia's President Evo Morales addresses the media at the presidential hangar in the Bolivian Air Force terminal, El Alto, Bolivia, November 9, 2019. Protesters cheered the news of Morales' resignation, which comes after a report issued by the Organization of American States said the October 20th vote should be annulled, after an audit found "clear manipulations" of the voting system and that the results of the election could not be verified due to "serious irregularities." REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Bolivia's President Evo Morales addresses the media at the presidential hangar in the Bolivian Air Force terminal in El Alto, Bolivia, November 10, 2019. Morales, who came to power in 2006 as Bolivia's first indigenous leader, said in televised comments that he would submit his resignation letter to help restore stability, though he aimed barbs at what he called a "civic coup." REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Bolivia's President Evo Morales annouces his resignation in Lauca N, Cochabamba, Bolivia November 10, 2019 in this still image taken from Bolivian Government TV. The head of Bolivia's armed forces said on Sunday that the military had asked Morales to step down after weeks of widespread protests over last month's presidential election, which escalated over the weekend, as police forces were seen joining anti-government protests and the military said it would not "confront the people" over the issue. Bolivian Government TV via REUTERS TV

Bolivia's President Evo Morales looks on after adressing the media at the presidential hangar in the Bolivian Air Force terminal in El Alto, Bolivia, November 10, 2019. Evo Morales said on Sunday, he would resign as allies tumbled away amid a fierce backlash over a disputed election that has roiled the South American nation. Chris Dignam has more. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins