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Young Cubans condemn the coup d'etat in Bolivia

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Young Cubans condemn the coup d'etat in BoliviaHAVANA, Cuba, Nov 11 (ACN) Cuban people condemned the coup d'etat to Evo Morales Ayma, constitutional president of Bolivia, organized by the opposition of that country and with the support of the US government aimed at weakening the left in the continent.

Santiago Jerez Mustelier, communications secretary of the University Student Federation (FEU), said the student organization supports Evo, who was forced to resign his office on Sunday by threats from the Bolivian extreme right.
He regretted that through violence, repression and force, the right wing is gaining power in Latin America, while rejecting the possibility of Morales' arrest to avoid his candidacy in the elections to be held in 90 days.
Jerez Mustelier, who is also a journalism student, explained that several Cuban universities have expressed their support for Evo and that in the afternoon the Higher Institute of International Relations will march from 21 and G to Malecon to demand respect for the constitutional order in the continent, specifically in Bolivia.
For his part, Suniel Johnson, representative to the National Assembly of People's Power (ANPP), pointed out that the coup d'etat in Bolivia is also a blow to the progressive movement in Latin America and that the position of the international community and left-wing governments has not retarded the call for the right not to win power.
Johnson acknowledged that during the 13 years of progressive government this country has achieved unprecedented GDP growth, reduced illiteracy, unemployment and poverty rates, results that cannot be ignored by the opposition.
Last Sunday, Evo Morales, the legitimate president of Bolivia, was forced to resign as a result of what he described as a civic-police-military coup d'etat fostered by that country's racist and reactionary right wing.

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