Havana, Nov. 8 (RHC) Social movements of Bolivia on Saturday expressed their support for President Evo Morales, in the city of El Alto, department of La Paz.
They also rejected the violent attitude of opposition leader Luis Fernando Camacho, who in his speeches urges the breaking of the Constitutional thread, as well as racism and division.
The movements add to the pronouncement of the Federation of Neighborhood Boards (Fejuve) to give 48 hours to Camacho to leave that city, to incite hatred and endanger the safety of the inhabitants.
The opposition leader intends to arrive in La Paz to ask the head of state for his resignation, ignoring the popular will that was manifested in the elections last October 20.
In the last hours violent foci have taken the facilities of the station of the Single Trade Union Confederation of Peasant Workers of Bolivia (Csutcb) and the state channel Bolivia Television.
In the face of the attacks against the media workers, President Morales said that he intends to silence the press to perpetrate the coup, "they say they defend democracy, but they act as in dictatorship," he said. (Source: TeleSur)
Edited by Martha Rios