During vote count of the disputed 2019 Bolivian presidential election, the preliminary vote reporting was suspended for a period of about one day, leading to accusations that the government had fudged the vote count during that time.
A recent report in The Guardian newspaper adds a tantalizing detail:
The greatest controversy stemmed from a near 24-hour-long halt to the vote count, when electricity, internet and the phone supply to election headquarters were cut off.
Such a sequestration of the election headquarters, if confirmed, seems a particularly damning detail.
So, has this been confirmed by other reliable sources? And where did this claim originate?