The president of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, condemned the coup d'etat consummated today against his Bolivian counterpart, Evo Morales, an action described as violent and cowardly.
Through the social network Twitter, the Cuban president urged the international community to mobilize 'for the life and freedom of Evo', he wrote.
– Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez (@DiazCanelB) November 10, 2019
For his part, the Cuban Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodriguez, said on Twitter that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba is in solidarity with the indigenous president, protagonist and symbol of the claim of the original peoples of the region.
"Energetic condemnation of @CubaMINREX to the coup d'etat in #Bolivia and our solidarity with Brother Pdte @evoespueblo, protagonist and symbol of the claim of the original peoples of # NuestraAmerica. We call global mobilization for the life and freedom of Evo "wrote the head of Cuban diplomacy.
The president of Bolivia on Sunday afternoon announced in an intervention broadcast live on television his resignation to avoid the escalation of violence, attacks and attacks promoted by opponents Carlos Mesa and Fernando Camacho.
Earlier, the Aymara dignitary of origin regretted that the destabilizing sectors of the right and candidates of opposition parties rejected the call for new elections with a renewed Supreme Electoral Tribunal as a peaceful exit to the political conflict in the South American country.