November 9, 2019, 20:25Washington, Nov 9 (Prensa Latina) The American intellectual and activist Noam Chomsky, and the director of the Tricontinental Institute for Social Research, Vijay Prashad, today denounced the United States' support for the oligarchy that promotes a coup in Bolivia.
The oligarchy, they added, has the full support of the United States government, which has long been eager to expel Evo Morales and his power movement.
For more than a decade, the Operations Center of the US embassy in La Paz has said it has two plans: Plan A, a coup d'etat, and Plan B, Morales' murder, both intellectuals warned.
According to Chomsky and Prashad, it is a serious violation of the Charter of the United Nations and all international obligations.
In his statement they stressed that the president of the South American country invited the four main parties to sit down and talk about the way forward for Bolivian democracy.
He has called for the establishment of a dialogue to prevent the return of the days of military dictatorships and oligarchic governments, said the intellectuals, noting that Morales also urged the UN, the Organization of American States and the Vatican, among other actors , to help find the way to get away from the blow.
'We are with the Bolivian people and we oppose the coup. We hope you will be able to resist everything that comes your way in the next few days. The world with Evo. We too, 'they concluded.
The declaration of both figures was disseminated after Morales announced to the Bolivian people and the entire world that a coup d'etat against a democratically elected government is underway.
The president of the Latin American nation added that the actions are also against social movements, workers, humble, "who have built together a democratic revolution? Cultural."
He accused that the coup is organized by violent and undemocratic groups that do not respect social peace and threaten the people, and said that the world must know who are those who conspire against a citizens who democratically elected their authorities on October 20.
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