President Evo Morales highlights work of Bolivia in global fight for the planet

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The Bolivian President stressed the achievements of his Government in favor of the indigenous communities and the Bolivian people in general. | Photo: Twitter @EmbajadaBolEsp

The President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, said this Tuesday to organize the global fight to save life and the planet, under the theme “planet or death”.
“Our responsibility is to organize the global fight to save life and planet Earth, planet or death is our motto”, said in his speech.
> They recognize Bolivia advances in defense of indigenous rights, the President claimed Tuesday his country as one of the main promoters of the fight for the rights of the indigenous natives of the continent and stressed the importance of bringing all communities of their rights that have been violated in many colonialist attempts.
The Indian President said that in the aspect of the resistance and the fight without quarter, Bolivia can be a global example, because he went from being a submissive State to one free and United.
 

At the UN General Assembly, @evoespueblo requests a service “just” who “enslaved” indigenous peoples – #SomosIndígenas pic.twitter.com/vA0hHGCJp7 – News UN (@NoticiasONU) 25 April 2017 “Bolivia went from being a colonial State to a plurinational State”, said Morales.
Likewise, the Bolivian President pointed out that the crisis affecting the capitalist system is the result of the neo-liberal policies imposed by the North American Empire, and said that who supports these policies and colonialism “supports the war and pays tribute to the culture of death”, at the time that emphasized that the struggle of the indigenous movements, “reserve morale” of the world anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist and anti-colonial.
 

#ENVIVO | President of #Bolivia, @evoespueblo talks about the rights of indigenous peoples at the UN https://t.co/tqMKHfl0b4 pic.twitter.com/vM8SpMYqYy – teleSUR TV (@teleSURtv) 25 April 2017 on the other hand, Morales asked to the UN recognition of the 10th anniversary of the indigenous movement, as well as also the creation of an international indigenous fund. He also asked the Nobel Peace Prize to Rigoberta Menchú, as a symbol of the struggle of the indigenous people.
The Declaration adopted by the General Assembly of the UN on September 13, 2007 recognizes the right of indigenous peoples to self-determination, autonomy and to enjoy, without discrimination, of the freedoms recognized in the Charter of the United Nations.