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World organizations reject coup d'etat in Bolivia

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World organizations reject coup d'etat in BoliviaHAVANA, Cuba, Nov 11 (ACN) Several international organizations, political personalities and governments continue expressing their rejection of the coup d'etat against Bolivian President Evo Morales, who was forced to resign his office on Sunday.

The executive secretariat of the Sao Paulo Forum published on Twitter an statement calling on the international community to condemn the coup d'etat and to join on the side of peace, defense of the integrity and life of Morales.
In its profile on the same social media the Government of Mexico published the words of the president of that nation, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who said "we defend the freedom and demand respect for constitutional order and democracy in Bolivia.
In the same way, the Argentine Non-Governmental Organization Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo, on behalf of the human rights groups of that southern nation, reiterated today in a tweet their support for President Morales and the Bolivian people.
For his part, Fernando Lugo, former president and current Uruguayan senator, said in the same digital platform that the repression of military forces against Evo Morales "has clearly been part of an unacceptable coup d'etat for our continent," and expressed his unconditional solidarity with the leaders of the Movement towards Bolivian Socialism.
In this sense, the Guasu Front, a political coalition of progressive parties and movements in Paraguay, clarified that no country in the world, nor any international organization, can doubt the work of Morales during his almost 14 years in office.
Morales leaves a country with high levels of human development, guaranteeing the fundamental rights of the population and with a 4.5 percent economic growth rate, according to the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Telesur reported.

 

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