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Withdrawing from OAS is an act of dignity, Evo Morales states

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Withdrawing from OAS is an act of dignity, Evo Morales states

La Paz, May 17 (Prensa Latina) Former Bolivian President Evo Morales tweeted on Tuesday that withdrawing from the Organization of American States (OAS) as Venezuela and Nicaragua did is an act of dignity.

“The OAS, manipulated by the coupmonger @Almagro_OEA2015 used to threaten expulsion for questioning the interventionism of #USA. It was scary to be expelled from the OAS. But now, leaving that instrumentalized organization, as Venezuela and Nicaragua did, is an act of dignity,” the leader of the Movement Towards Socialism tweeted.

Morales advocated on Sunday that the Plurinational State should withdraw from the OAS in response to the exclusion of Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela from the Summit of the Americas by the United States.

He considered then that it would be a ratification of “our anti-imperialist stance.”

In another tweet, the first indigenous president of Bolivia said that Washington practices double standards because it talks about democracy and freedom “but does not respect democratic countries that freed themselves from the empire and its subjugation.”

On Monday, he denounced US-backed assassination attempts against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, and added that they prevent him from talking about democracy and excluded Caracas from the summit.

Former US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper admits in his book “A Sacred Oath” that he suggested to Juan Guaido to “assassinate brother Nicolas Maduro.” With what morals can the United States speak of respect for democracy to exclude the people of Venezuela from the Summit of the Americas, he said.


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