Evo Morales denounces US participation in coup | News
The former president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, warned this Wednesday about new evidence that shows the participation of the United States (USA) in the coup on November 19, 2019.
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“New evidence and evidence ratify the participation of the United States in the coup that caused 38 deaths of indigenous brothers, persecution, torture and extrajudicial executions,” stressed the Bolivian politician.
“The Bolivian people will never give up in their demand for Memory, Truth and Justice,” said the former head of state and demanded that the United States embassy rule on the participation of the charge d’affaires, Bruce Williamson, in the act of self-proclamation of Jeanine Áñez .
We demand that the US embassy confirm or deny that the photo in which the former Chargé d’Affaires, Bruce Williamson and the former Deputy Minister of Communication Management of the de facto government, Marco Aurelio Julio, was taken at the self-proclamation of Añez in the Legislative. pic.twitter.com/OSaOOROSqs
– Evo Morales Ayma (@evoespueblo)
January 12, 2022
For his part, communicator David Romero pointed out that this shows “the black hand of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) once again; the same ones who ordered the persecution of Cuban doctors in Bolivia, and then went out to do “damage control.”
On November 15, 2019, the head of the Cuban Medical Brigade in this nation, Dr. Yoandra Muro, and the person in charge of the logistics sphere of that group, Jacinto Alfonso, were arrested in La Paz.
Evo Morales has similarly denounced the interference of other countries in the coup, including Brazil, Argentina and Ecuador. Likewise, the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights published a report ten months after the coup d’état that contemplated the different human rights violations registered in the South American country.
A decree creates a trust fund of more than one million dollars for loans to relatives and victims of the violence of the de facto government of Jeanine Añez. Several preconditions are lacking in order to carry out this aid: Min. Justice Iván Lima @ConnexiontlSUR @teleSURtv pic.twitter.com/F09Aox2YT6
– Freddy Morales (@FreddyteleSUR)
December 16, 2021
These attacks include assassinations, torture, mistreatment and arbitrary detentions, in a context in which around 30 people died during protests between October 20 and November 25, and at least 20 of these deaths occurred during operations. of the Police and the Armed Forces.
On December 6, 2021, the Associations of Victims of the Senkata and Sacaba massacres, and the Bolivian Government agreed on the creation of a comprehensive reparation protocol for the victims of the coup d’état.