Etiqueta: de facto government
21 April, 2020 Florida Beaches Reopened Despite Covid-19

Hundreds of people in Florida, USA, flocked to the beaches this weekend after the governor gave the green light to open some spas despite the critical epidemiological situation in that nation, which exceeds 26,000 confirmed cases in that state.

17 February, 2020 Evo Morales Retakes Election Campaign

Former President of Bolivia and indigenous leader Evo Morales will resume on Monday in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the campaign of the Movement for Socialism (MAS), by meeting with leaders of that political wing of the nine Bolivian departments.A candidate for senator for Coch

17 January, 2020 Evo Morales Condemns Militarization of Bolivian Cities

Bolivia’s deposed President Evo Morales condemned the militarization of the country authorized by the de facto government, on the grounds that it violates the rights of citizenship provided for in the Constitution.

6 January, 2020 Evidence of Bolivia’s Coup Action from Twitter

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez spread the report published in Cubadebate explaining through five questions that the coup against Evo Morales combined military pronouncements with the unpublished action of cybertroops in digital platforms.

19 December, 2019 Evo Morales Rejects Arrest Warrant

Bolivia’s former President, Evo Morales, rejected on Wednesday the arrest warrant issued against him by the La Paz Prosecutor’s Office, because with it the promoters of last month’s coup d’état intend to incriminate him.

27 November, 2019 Bolivia’s Coup Plotters Steal Gold Reserves

Several videos uploaded at YouTube report that the de facto government that took power in Bolivia over the coup against Evo Morales, is looting the gold reserves deposited in that nation’s Central Bank and are taken out of the country.