After the resignation of the Bolivian president, Evo Morales, the ex-president and newly elected Argentine vice president, Cristina Fernandez, said today that it is time for pronouncements and, above all, clear actions in defense of democracy.
In a thread of messages on the social network twitter, 'Fernandez stressed that in Bolivia there are violent demonstrations without any limitation by the police forces, burning homes and kidnapping people while the Armed Forces' suggest' to the indigenous and popular president Evo Morales quit. '
On the other hand, in Chile, 'massive mobilizations for weeks call for the resignation of neoliberal president Sebastian Pineira and the armed and police forces brutally repress. Bolivia is called a coup d'etat, ”he said.
"If we want to live in peace, it is time for pronouncements and, above all, clear actions in defense of democracy, regardless of the political orientation of the governments that arise from the popular will," said the president in that space In Internet.
From Argentina several voices presidents at the summit of the Puebla Group, which had issued a statement before Morales's resignation in support of the Bolivian president, several voices stand up and describe what happened in that sister nation as a coup d'etat.
Speaking to the press, one of the founders of that integrationist bloc and former presidential candidate, Marco Antonio Enriquez-Ominami, said that democracy is at stake today and there was an attempt to lynch.
Something very serious is at stake in Latin America, that the conservatives pronounce themselves, because we progressives are pronouncing ourselves, he said after pointing out that today 'we are all Evo Morales'.