The former President of the Republic and the Plurinational State of Bolivia, Evo Morales, said he could return to his country on November 11, as required by several social organizations. In this way it is estimated that he will not be present at the inauguration of the elected representative, Luis Arce, scheduled for the 8th of next month.” The Six Federations of the Tropic of Cochabamba are evaluating our call for him to return on November 11,” Morales announced in dialogue with Sputnik.
In line with this planting, bolivia’s Single Union Confederation of Peasant Workers, of which Morales is an affiliate, contacted the former ruler yesterday to move the same application.” His top executive, teammate Jacinto Herrera, wants him back as soon as possible, but also the 11th,” he said. Morales reiterated in this regard that he will not be an official in the new government headed by Luis Arce after his hard-hitting first-round victory over Carlos Mesa and in the context of the general election on 18 October.
Whoever presided over the country for more than 13 years reiterated that he plans to file a formal lawsuit with the Organization of American States (OAS) to promote the removal of its secretary general, Uruguayan Luis Almagro, if he does not submit his resignation first.” Safely, keep it safe; not for Evo, not for Bolivia, but all over Latin America,” Morales said.
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