The President of Mexico Andrés Manuel López Obrador ( AMLO ) and several of his Secretaries of State have turned his to coup d'état on Sunday against perpetrated Evo Morales in Bolivia and acknowledged the "responsible" conduct of the South American President through resignation in favor of peace .
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The Mexican ruler announced in his report on social network Twitter that he will give this Monday in his traditional press conference "Broad" to know his position on this topic.
"At the moment (…) we recognize the responsible attitude of the President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, who preferred to resign to expose his people to violence," AMLO said in his tweet.
This Sunday, Morales called for new elections, but the opposition – ignoring the results of the October 20 elections that brought victory to today's ex-president – continued to perpetrate violence, the former head of state submitted his resignation in favor of the peace of the country.
Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard stated on his Twitter account that Mexico was ready to offer Evo Morales asylum and announced that "the country, according to its tradition of asylum and noninterference, has 20 personalities from the Bolivian executive and legislature in the official residence in La Paz ".
Mexico, according to its tradition of asylum and non-interference, has received 20 Bolivian executive and legislative figures in the official residence in La Paz, if we also offered Evo Morales asylum.
– Marcelo Ebrard C. (@m_ebrard)
November 10, 2019
Mexico's Minister of the Interior, Olga Sánchez Cordero, has in turn expressed on Twitter her "total solidarity with the Bolivian people" and her "great respect for @evoespueblo".
In total solidarity with the Bolivian people, and my deep respect for @evoespueblo for its responsible attitude and resignation from the presidency, in order to safeguard the peace of all Bolivians and avoid a polarized conflict of larger dimensions.
– Olga Sanchez Cordero (@M_OlgaSCordero)
November 11, 2019
The official emphasized the attitude "responsible (for Morales) and (the) decision to lay down the presidency in order to safeguard the peace of all Bolivians and avoid a polarized conflict of larger dimensions." 19659013] The head of the Mexican Department of Energy, Rocío Nahle, also responded on Twitter as follows: "A coup d'état has never brought benefits to those affected; on the contrary, pain and suffering will be the result. Unfortunately, the use of violence against @evoespueblo is a big setback for the people of Bolivia.
The secretary of public function, Irma Eréndira Sandoval, said in a tweet, "No regression. The fight goes on! #MexicoConEvo. "
The president of the National Regeneration Movement (Morena), Yeidckol Polevnsky, a personal friend of the former Bolivian president, wrote in the social network:" Only someone like @evoespueblo can leave the country for irrational reasons for protection of the presidency Violence of unscrupulous people. "
Dolores Padierna, Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Mexican Chamber of Deputies, said in the same social network:" The defense of Evo and Bolivia is the defense of the project of the progressive, democratic and left forces of our country. Despite all political responsibility, we reject the coup in Bolivia. "