Evo Morales denies coup regime is a transitional government

Evo Morales denies coup regime is a transitional government
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20 November 2019
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Mexico, Nov 20 (Prensa Latina) Former Bolivian president Evo Morales on Tuesday rejected claims that the regime installed by force in La Paz, headed by Senator Jeanine Añez, is a transitional government, as the coup leaders want the public to believe.

From his political asylum in Mexico, Morales warned his compatriots in a tweet that this is a de facto regime, not a transitional government.

'With repression, they are killing our Bolivian brothers and sisters. It is a government of betrayal of the Homeland with intervention in our Revolution. In times of dictatorship, we should remain united,' he posted on his Twitter account @evoespueblo.

Morales previously asked 'the military patriots and nationalists to stop using the equipment we provided them with resources obtained thanks to the people's struggle against our Bolivian brothers. The Armed Forces must not tarnish their honor with the people's blood to uphold a de facto government.'

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