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Evo Morales lashes out at U.S. double standards on Bolivia

Evo Morales lashes out at U.S. double standards on Bolivia

La Paz, Sep 30 (Prensa Latina) Bolivia's former President Evo Morales on Friday deplored the US government´s double standards for a report in which it regrets the crimes committed by the de facto government, but reiterates a lying version about the 2019 elections.

“With double standards, the Department of State (DOS) expresses its “solidarity” with the victims of the massacres and human rights violations authorized with the DS 4078, better known as the Decree of Death of the de facto government that financed, supported and defended,” Evo Morales posted on twitter.

In another tweet, Morales added this report to the US Congress repeats the Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary-General Luis Almagro´s lies about alleged irregularities in the 2019 elections.

Such a conclusion served as justification for the Nov. 10, 2019 coup and opened the doors to regime ruled by Jeanine Áñez, which derived in various acts of corruption and murder of 37 people in the Sacaba and Senkata massacres.

“Surely, they will soon say that Arturo Murillo, the accomplice of Senator @MarcoRubioCuba is innocent,” added Morales in reference to Áñez´s former Minister of Government.

Murillo is presently imprisoned in the United States and acknowledged his guilt for illicit acts committed from the ministry in the purchase of means to repress those who protested against constitutional order.

Morales also said that “we are not surprised by this new attack from the U.S. We would be concerned if the country that financed assassinations, coups, invasions and crimes against humanity supports us. We are free, dignified and sovereign. The fight goes on!”.


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