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US lacks morals to talk about democracy, Evo Morales says


US lacks morals to talk about democracy, Evo Morales says

La Paz, May 16 (Prensa Latina) Because of its attempts to assassinate Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, the US cannot talk about democracy and exclude Caracas from the Summit of the Americas, former Bolivian President Evo Morales said Monday.

The former Secretary of Defense of #USA, Mark Esper, admits in his book ‘A Sacred Oath’ that he suggested to Juan Guaidó to assassinate brother @NicolasMaduro. With what morals can the #USA talk about respect for democracy if it excludes the people of Venezuela from the Summit of the Americas?, the leader of the Movement Towards Socialism tweeted.

On Twitter, Morales reiterated his admiration for Maduro for defeating that assassination attempt and for the revolutionary people of #Venezuela for having defeated this Yankee military intervention plan. The #PatriaGrande defends its freedom with unity and dignity, he said.

The first former indigenous president of Bolivia talked about this issue repeatedly on Twitter after the US Assistant Secretary of State Brian Nichols confirmed that the United States will exclude Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua from the continental summit.

On Sunday, he condemned Washington’s decision and stressed that a summit that excludes is a political action that destroys.

Morales insisted that the sin of these three nations was to free themselves from the interventionism of the US empire and defend their sovereignty.

Also last week, he warned that the Summit of the Americas is about to fail, not because of the lack of willingness of the governments of Latin America and the Caribbean to share views but because of US arrogance and contempt against our peoples.


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