The constitutional president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, said today that the plan of the opposition groups plans to burn the Burned Palace or the Casa Grande del Pueblo (seat of the Executive).
"What they want is burning the Casa Grande del Pueblo, I want the world to know, to force them to sign the waiver they are looking for, it is totally illegal, totally unconstitutional," said the president in an interview with the Telesur chain.
Morales found it surprising that some opponents under the name of civics and some candidates in the last general elections of October 20 reject the dialogue.
He added that he proposed the dialogue with an open agenda and that opponents raise what issues they have in order to reach agreements, conclude and make decisions.
He said that when he said new elections, leaving aside the triumph of the Movement to Socialism, and the opponents asked for new members of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal, he considered that there was no problem.
He added that they later rejected and only requested resignation, which constitutes a coup d'etat.
He then addressed the international community through Telesur, the Bolivian people, and expressed the desire that the new generations know that, under the pretext of fraud, a coup was executed.