The executive secretary of the Sao Paulo Forum, Monica Valente, demanded respect for the life and integrity of the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, after the coup d'etat consummated against him.
Through the social network Twitter, the leader of the political consultation body denounced the violent acts perpetrated against the followers of the management of the indigenous president.
"The @ForodeSaoPaulo denounces the coup d'etat perpetrated against the legitimate president Evo Morales @evoespueblo and demands respect for the human rights, life and integrity of the president, his team and all Bolivians fighting for democracy," he wrote Valente on the digital platform.
In this regard, the Bolivian Vice President, Alvaro Garcia Linera, earlier, during the television broadcast where he announced his resignation with President Aymara, explained that they made the decision to prevent the right from continuing to mistreat the most humble.
"The coup d'etat has been consummated, we are giving up so that they do not continue beating our women or the peasants, or the poorest, we will always be on the side of the humblest, we will not leave them alone," he said.
In that sense, Morales said he submitted his resignation so that 'my sisters and brothers, leaders, authorities of the Movement To Socialism (MAS), do not continue to be harassed, persecuted, threatened.'
He also blamed opponents Carlos Mesa and Fernando Camacho for the coup escalation and the outrages suffered by the followers of his administration since last October 20, where he was reelected as president of Bolivia with 47 percent of the votes.