Within the framework of the meeting of the regional group that takes place in Buenos Aires, the leaders of different countries that integrate it They expressed "their solidarity with President Evo Morales, his Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera, and with his democratic and peaceful people."
"The Puebla Group calls on the various international organizations to support peace and democracy in Bolivia," he said in a statement. Further, called "all political actors to exercise their responsibility to preserve peace and respect for the constitutional order, in order to guarantee democratic continuity in the face of destabilization attempts and calls for violence that affect institutional life and coexistence. "
The document was signed by Celso Amorim, Rafael Correa, Marco Enriquez-Ominami, Aloizio Mercadante, Gabriela Rivadeneira, Karol Cariola, Carol Proner, Camilo Lagos, Fernando Lugo, Esperanza Martinez, Carlos Ominami, Carlos Sotelo, Carlos Tomada, Clara Lopez Obregon, Guillaume Long and Alejandro Navarro.
"The Group supports the dialogue and understanding promoted by the Government, which includes an audit of international organizations of the results of the electoral process. Peace is a value that must be preserved over any cyclical political interest"he added.
The statement was published this Sunday, in coincidence with the call to elections made by the president of Bolivia, after taking as binding the report of the Organization of American States (OAS), which considered that in the elections of weeks ago there were serious failures