Bolivia's Morales gets his party's 2014 re-election nod
By Associated Press
Party Chairman Victor Ramirez announced the result of the Wednesday's vote by delegates in Cochabamba, Morales' stronghold near where he rose up as a coca growers leader.
Morales' re-election eligibility has generated controversy.
The constitution that Bolivian voters approved in early 2009 restricts a president to two consecutive terms.
Morales was first elected in 2005. He insists his first term doesn't apply because his 2009 re-election was under the new constitution.