Former Bolivian President Evo Morales today recalled the responsibility that the promoters and executives of the conspiracy faced in history, which forced him to resign in November 2019.
In his Twitter profile, Morales recalled that right-wing politicians had fostered conflict in the country and supported genocide and theft from the state during the year when the real government led by Jeanine Áñez was in power.
He pointed out that now that several judicial proceedings have been initiated in connection with these crimes, “they contradict each other, accuse each other, try to protect themselves by lies,” however they must be brought before the law. Constitution.
Coup politicians joined forces to assassinate our brothers and plunder the state; Now they are at odds with each other, blaming each other, trying to save themselves from lies. They have a collective responsibility under the justice and mandate of the CPE and are accountable for their actions.
– Evo Morales Ayma (vevoespueblo) June 2, 2021
The leader of the Movement for Socialism (MAS), a political force in power in the aftermath of the 2020 elections, reiterated the complicity of those promoting regime change with foreign interests and the inability of local conservative sectors to seize power by voting after defeats. In the 2005, 2009, 2014 and 2019 elections.
“Allies of the coup d’tat and those who made a pact with those who executed the people must be held accountable to history,” the former president said.
During the ez government, protests in support of the ousted president were severely suppressed by the public order forces and the popular will re-elected him in October 2019 for a new post.
In those episodes, the well-known massacres of Sahaba and Sengatta were recorded, in which dozens of uniformed men killed Bolivians whose relatives are still demanding that those responsible be punished.
With regard to theft from the state, remember the corruption cases related to the purchase of tear gas at premium, the respirators for Govt-19 patients, the overpayment of family and friends and the privatization of state-owned enterprises without due process. , In other examples.