Mexico, Nov 27 (Prensa Latina) The ex-president of Bolivia Evo Morales said to be moved by the event of support to his people that students of the National Autonomous University of Mexico paid him, expressed this Wednesday in his twitter @evoespueblo.
I was touched by the event of solidarity organized by Mexican brothers and sisters, full of poetry, commitment and firmness, who pronounce themselves against the coup d’état and the massacres in #Bolivia,’ he said in one of his tweets.
I was very touched to hear an auditorium full of sisters and brothers shouting together Evo Presidente and You are not alone, he expressed in another message.
He had previously tweet: ‘We salute and support the peaceful resistance movement against the racist right-wing coup. The indigenous movement, with popular sectors and patriotic professionals have defined a permanent struggle to defend life, recover democracy and the dignity of the Homeland.’
In the event at UNAM he reaffirmed that the struggle does not end after the coup d’état executed last November 10 and the establishment of a de facto government in the South American nation.
In the meeting with students of the University Program of Studies of Cultural Diversity of the main university of Mexico, the ex-president participated together with the ex-vice-president Alvaro Garcia Linera and the ex-minister of Health, Gabriela Montaño.