Ponchos boost president's wealth
Bolivian president Evo Morales says his personal wealth has jumped by about £63,000 since taking office - thanks to all the gift ponchos he has received.
The leftist leader said he has been given some 500 hand-made ponchos, which he estimates cost about £125 a piece.
Controversy has simmered around reports of Mr Morales's personal wealth ballooning while in office. Official filings show his declared assets increasing from £150,000 when he took office in 2006 to £245,000 in October.
Known as the country's first indigenous president, Mr Morales earns an annual salary of £17,600. He remains one of the region's lowest paid presidents.
Mr Morales said he is not to blame for receiving gifts from the public.