Evo Morales: To Ignore Original Indigenous Movement’s Vote is an Attack on Democracy

The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, said Saturday, November 2, that the South American nation cannot be pushed back into violence, racism and confrontation.

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Through his Twitter account, the Bolivian president said that the reconciliation mechanisms must be subject to the will of the people and the Constitution. “To ignore the vote of the original indigenous/peasant movement is to attack democracy,” he said.

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He also said: “We will respect the conclusions of the international audit carried out by the OAS. I ask the ambassadors of all the accredited countries in Bolivia to accompany this process. From the leadership and the presidency we always act with honesty and truth”.

Source URL: La IguanaTV

Translated by JRE/EF