The elected president of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, made public this Saturday his support for the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, “in the face of an attempt to interrupt the constitutional order” in that nation.
Through his account on the social network Twitter, Fernández warned that the region and the international community must “act against any event that implies an institutional breakdown.”
Mi total respaldo al presidente @evoespueblo ante este intento de interrumpir el orden constitucional en Bolivia.
Los países de la región y la comunidad internacional toda debemos seguir de cerca la situación y actuar ante cualquier hecho que implique un quiebre institucional. https://t.co/8tqI0c7mRf
— Alberto Fernández (@alferdez) November 9, 2019
“My total support for President Evo Morales in the face of this attempt to interrupt the constitutional order in Bolivia. The countries of the region and the international community must all follow the situation closely and act in the face of any event that implies an institutional breakdown,” he wrote.
Morales denounced on his twitter account a coup d’etat in the making in his country after a police rebellion that broke out in several cities.
“Sisters and brothers, our democracy is at risk due to the coup d’etat violent groups have launched that undermines the constitutional order. We denounce this attack against the rule of law before the international community,” he tweeted.
Translated by JRE/EF