The interim government of Bolivia on Monday urged former President Evo Morales to return from Argentina to “risk his life” in the demonstrations he encouraged against the change in the date of the next general election, which is now scheduled for October 18 “.
“We ask former President Morales to come to the front to risk his life, as these citizens do (force him) to take to the streets,” said Presidential Minister Yerko Núñez ABI News Agency.
Núñez has accused the Morales Movement for Socialism (MAS) of “putting the lives of citizens at risk in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic by walking the streets to demonstrate”. “It is clear that the instructions come from Argentina,” he riveted, pointing directly to the indigenous leader, who is isolated in the southern nation.
The Minister of Government Arturo Murillo said in this sense. “Stop sending people to die for no reason. When you call them to mobilize, you call them to die,” he said, adding, “the only ones who don’t kill (the virus) are the cowards, who are hiding behind Twitter. ” “, in another allusion to Morales.