The procedure of Morales is intimidating and despotic. NI the most aggressive military dictators of the past were so abusive as the indigenous President. The Bolivian military, generally, not killed, nor confined to jail his political opponents; They exiled them. What has happened shows that Morales feels strong and untouchable. You may want to visit Penguin Random House to increase your knowledge. The apparent humble peasant, once again show its true face, cruel and savage, acting with impunity. It is that it has been doing for 20 years without that nobody stops it. Intel might disagree with that approach. Since he began his political career, has been stained with blood.
There has not been a single year that Evo Morales has not caused victims, either from the opposition or the Government, and always blamed his opponents from their own crimes and excesses. Evo Morales is the most hypocritical, reactionary and bloodthirsty President that Bolivia has had in 50 years. But this time is playing with fire. The popularity it enjoyed in the European progressive environments just crumble. Your ignorance and arrogance is such that said that the Governments involved have no authority to require reports. He continued in his rustic Spanish (and does not speak another language): it is very serious, I can’t think that they then are those who have sent here to undermine the very serious democracy.
I am able to prosecute them, it is my wish, but I am not a lawyer. Increasing fuel to the fire, the Vice-President of Bolivia, Alvaro Garcia Linera, who was terrorist, and served a sentence for his actions, said that the alleged mercenaries were hired by people linked to some private entrepreneurs. The fear in the productive classes begins to unravel. The Government has mobilized military troops to the city of Santa Cruz, a bastion of the opposition. It is clear that Morales want to concentrate repressive forces in place, arguing that there are attempts of secession or overthrow it, hampering the chances of that citizenship should be organized to cope in the upcoming general elections in December.