Evo, brother, you are already Mexican

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Ruben Cortes.

Now that Evo Morales is once again a presidential candidate in Bolivia, let us remember that the two Castro-Chavist politicians who are most similar are Evo Morales and the current Mexican president. Above all, in counterpoint to the law.

Morales says:

When a jurist tells me: 'Evo, you are making a mistake legally, that is illegal', well I put it in, even if it is illegal. Then I tell the lawyers: 'if it is illegal, legalize it, why have you studied?'”

The current Mexican president says:

“Don't come to me that the law is the law, don't come to me with that story that the law is the law. The President of the Court is there for me. “I asked secretaries and officials not to take calls from the Judiciary.”

Furthermore, Morales is the populist national politician in the region who most enjoys the friendship and protection of the Mexican president, who sent a military plane to bring him, after he was defenestrated for stealing the 2019 election, and even CURP granted him.

The Mexican president even ordered to hide, for a decade, the file that says why and why he gave Morales asylum, because it contains names of people, organizations and actions that would affect Mexico's relations in the economy and security.

According to the 4T, the “Evo File” could be used to reconfigure organizations and their operating procedures, and cover up behaviors that would hinder or prevent intelligence or counterintelligence operations.

Morales and the current Mexican president are similar in their hatred of those they consider their adversaries. Here, the president gets to act as a police officer, judge, patrolman or MP, and even challenges his opponent: don't run away, I just want to put you in prison.

It happened with Ricardo Anaya, to whom the president told him that, if he was innocent of bribery, he should not protect himself or flee, and defend himself with evidence and the truth. That he could be a political prisoner, but not a political prisoner. And, logically, Anaya fled.

Morales, from the Maximate he holds, publicly asked the current president and his protégé to put Jeanine Áñez, who replaced him as president, in jail after he was granted asylum in Mexico.

“For justice and truth, for the coup d'état, that Jeanine Áñez and other authors of the attack against democracy in Bolivia be punished,” Evo Molares requested, and his request was fulfilled. So Añez was sentenced to 10 years for “dereliction of duty.”

As president, Morales imposed that the Constitution allow him to be re-elected, forced the Court to ignore the result of a plebiscite and overturned the count in the elections that he lost. Afterwards, the current Mexican government received him shouting:

Evo, brother, you are already Mexican.

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