Learn What Añez Dictatorship Did to Evo Morales’ Kids Before Leaving Bolivia

The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales , denounced that the de facto government held his son and daughter, Evaliz (24) and Álvaro (23), for 40 minutes, when they were about to exit Bolivia on their way to Argentina.

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Through a message posted on his Twitter account, Morales replied to the spokesmen for the self-proclaimed regime, who said they provided collaboration to the kids .

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“The de facto government lies, said it helped my kids Evaliz and Álvaro to leave Bolivia, when it really made it difficult for them to leave. I report that the police held my children at the airport by subjecting them to a 40-minute interrogation,” Morales wrote.

It is worth remembering that since the middle of the month of November, and after the coup d’etat, the Andean president has been granted asylum in Mexico.

Source URL: La IguanaTV

Translated by JRE/EF