President Morales Requests Access to Communication to Free People

President Morales Requests Access to Communication to Free People
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16 November 2016
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Tiquipaya, Bolivia, Nov 16 (Prensa Latina) The best way to liberate peoples is through communication, declared Bolivian President Evo Morales while analyzing the influence of the press in today's political and cultural processes.

We must have responsibility with what we report. We need communicators with ideological training, principles, values and ethics, said the president last night at the inauguration of Third Abya Yala Continental Summit of Indigenous Communication.

Morales called to promote the means that defend the people, before those that become spokesmen of imperial ambitions.

The leader added that since the beginning of his government in 2006, 100 community radios had been installed throughout the country at the service of social movements.

He also highlighted the launching of the Túpac Katari satellite in orbit and its operations that began in 2014 and allowed a significant expansion and democratization of access to telecommunications in this nation.

The leader also insisted that the best form of liberation is with communication and mentioned the expansion of access to social networks.

Morales owns the Twitter account @evoespueblo that 'serves to communicate always with the truth'.

In another part of his speech, the head of state acknowledged the work of Telesur, 'a means of communication that defends the peoples and contrasts with CNN that defends the empire and, as a United States Attorney, is wherever there is or wherever can sharpen problems to defend the capitalist system.

The Third Abya Yala Continental Summit of Indigenous Communication will finish next Saturday in Tiquipaya, in the central department of Cochabamba.

According to the program, around 1,500 participants from several Latin American nations will analyze in eight alternative working tables the democratization of the rights of indigenous peoples to inform the world about their culture, identity, principles and values.

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