Jeanine Anez, the opposition senator of Bolivia has declared herself the interim president following the departure of president Evo Morales.
The announcement came as legislators conveyed a session where Jeanine Anez called for her appointment.
The idea did not, however, see the light of day as leaders allied to president Morales left leaving the vote with no quorum.
Speaking from Mexico where he is seeking asylum, Mr. Evo Morales condemned the senator’s sentiments describing it as a planned coup against him.
Jeanine declared herself the next in line by virtue of the law of Bolivia to the support of the opposition leaders.
The South America country found itself in the new era on Sunday when Morales left for Mexico in fear of his life.
He vowed to make a return soon with more power describing his latest move as a way not to let any bloodshed in the country.
The former farmer was found guilty of election malpractices in a report filed by the Organization of America States. A fresh election was suggested in the report.