Former president of Honduras condemns coup in Bolivia


November 10, 2019, 18: 5Tegucigalpa, Nov 10 (Prensa Latina) The former president of Honduras Manuel Zelaya (2006-2009) today condemned the coup against the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales.

Zelaya, who in 2009 was also deposed with an assaulted coup, considered that the call of the Armed Forces for Evo Morales to resign is nothing more than a coup d'etat.He also denounced the press media of the power groups that are silent about events such as what happened in the Andean country.

Zelaya criticized the Organization of American States that he did not accept the allegations of fraud in Honduras in the last elections, when Juan Orlando Hernandez claimed power, but now he came to the call of the right in Bolivia.

The former governor condemned the plan of aggression of the continental right with the total support of the United States to besiege the progressive processes of Latin America such as Venezuela and Nicaragua.

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